I corresponded with potential adoptive parents and spent a long weekend in Boise with the frontrunners.
All-American Surprise, Ruined This Boise State footballer wins the game, and the girl.
Poor Boise State has gone undefeated and been snubbed two years in a row.
city in Idaho, U.S., from French-Canadian boisé, literally "wooded," from French bois "wood," which (with Italian bosco, Spanish bosque, Medieval Latin boscus) apparently is borrowed from the Germanic root of bush (n.). Medieval Latin boscus was used especially of "woodland pasture."
c.1860, as a place name, originally applied to part of what is now eastern Colorado (Idaho Territory organized 1863; admitted as a state 1890); from Kiowa-Apache (Athabaskan) idaahe "enemy," a name applied by them to the Comanches.