There are 2 definitions of bulgar in English:

bulgar1

Syllabification: bul·gar
Pronunciation: /ˈbəlgər
 
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(also bulgur, bulgar wheat)

noun

A cereal food made from whole wheat partially boiled then dried: [as modifier]: bulgar wheat
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  • Grains and beans, such as barley, lentils, peas, beans, bulgur, whole wheat, etc., are great sources of complex carbohydrates.
  • You can buy bulgar wheat (also known as cracked wheat) at most supermarkets these days.
  • Kubbeh are bulgar dumplings filled with lamb meat and spices.

Origin

1930s: from Turkish bulgur 'bruised grain'.

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There are 2 definitions of bulgar in English:

Bulgar2

Syllabification: Bul·gar
Pronunciation: /ˈbəlgər, ˈbo͝ol-
 
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noun

A member of a Slavic people who settled in what is now Bulgaria in the 7th century.
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  • In the ninth century, Orthodox missions from Constantinople converted the Bulgars, Serbs and Slavs, tribes who had invaded and settled the Balkan provinces some 200 years before.
  • His cruelty won him the name of Bulgaroctonus, Slayer of the Bulgars.
  • When the Bulgars rebelled again, Alexius was unable to control them.

Origin

from medieval Latin Bulgarus, from Old Church Slavic Blŭgarinŭ. Compare with bugger.

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