just like bloodstream urea nitrogen the focus of nitrogen in blood present in the form of urea used as a measure of renal function
- some of a variety of a little sweetened or ordinary raised cakes or bisquits usually having a glazing of sugar and milk on top crust as a hot cross-bun
- tiny rounded breads either plain or nice
- Alt. of Bunn
Blood urea nitrogen.
late 14c., origin obscure, perhaps from Old French buignete "a fritter," originally "boil, inflammation," diminutive of buigne "swelling from a blow, bump regarding the mind," from a Germanic origin (compare Middle High German bunge "clod, lump"), or from Gaulish *bunia (compare Gaelic bonnach). Spanish bu
(n.) Alt. of Bunn
He was a bun commander of men, and it is doubtful if any other officer in the Northern army could get more fighting and more marching out of his men.