Buza


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Buza

 

(Turkish), a drink made from millet and buckwheat or oat flour but which, unlike beer, contains no hops. Alcohol content, 4-6 percent. Buza is popular in the Crimea, the Caucasus, and, to a lesser extent, in Turkmenistan.

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sar 'mud', homok 'sand', tej 'milk'; wheat 'buza', air 'levego', health 'egeszseg', or only plural forms (plurale tantum), e.g.
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