1. a sanitary towel.
|cited in Dict. Jam. Eng. (1980).|
2. a highly derog. term of abuse; also as an excl.
|We Shall Not Die 55: What di raas clat yuh expec’ mi to do? Sit on down on mi behin’ and miss a chance to get back from dem bombo claat deh what is rightfully for mi?|
|Jam. Patois 49: Bad words, such as bumbo clot, rass clot.|
|Brixton Bwoy 194: ‘Bombo claat!’ Tee thought. ‘How we going to get past dat King Kong of a man?’.|
|Infiltrators n.p.: His voice, a harsh mix of Birmingham street slang and Jamaican patois, was loaded with aggression. ‘Get back in the car, bumbaclot,’ he screamed.|
|Brooklyn Noir 130: ‘Bumbaclot,’ he mumbled.‘Crown Heist’ in|
|Dastgah 91: He is calling her a ‘bumbo claat,’ [...] an insult to women derived from some unflattering West Indian slang for menstrual blood.|
|hubpages.com ‘Roadman Slang 4 Jun. [Internet] Bombaclart/bloodclart- a very rude Jamaican insult.|
3. attrib. use of sense 2.
|Dread Culture 92: Unnu tink a big bumbo claat woman like me have time fi play wid unnu lickle rass claat bwoy pickney, eeh?|
|Seasons of Dust 78: Yu winnin up wid dat bumbo claat bwoy! Yu fukkin hoor yuh !|
|Alkaline ‘Object Bingo’ [lyrics] Me can lick unno bumboclaat chest.|
4. a euph. for fuck n. in various senses.
|We Shall Not Die 65: What di bombo claat unoo tryin’ to do? Kill me?|
|Crosswinds 173: What the bumbo cloth you think this is? You is me woman. Leave you mother in bush to rass.|
|Jamaican Patois Online 6 July [Internet] Wah di bumboclaat wrong wid yu!|