Definition of aboma in English:

aboma

noun

rare
  • Any of various very large constricting snakes of tropical America. Also †aboma-snake.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in John Stedman (1744–1797), army officer and author. From Sranan abóma (from Fante aboma kind of large constricting snake), perhaps via French aboma.

Pronunciation:

aboma

/əˈbəʊmə/