Batman, bat′man, baw′man, n. a man who has charge of a bathorse.
Why, it's wit at a pinch, at any rate; therefore it need not make you baw—l, as if I had got into the wrong box.
When hard-pressed they took refuge in the hills of baw and Lawksawk, coming back when the troops retired.
Here he rowed up the note like a baw in his hand, and put it into his coat pouch like any rational cratur.
Bathorse, baw′hors, n. a packhorse carrying the baggage of an officer.
There he hid behind the hedges and as the butcher was passing he put his hand on his mouth and cried, baw, baw!
He stalked down the aisle, and answered the male chorus's cheery "Good morning" with a ramlike "baw."