Definitions for "bonobo"
an anthropoid ape (Pan paniscus), resembling but smaller than the common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes); -- called also pygmy chimpanzee. It is found in the forests of Zaire.
small chimpanzee of swamp forests in Zaire; a threatened species
Pan paniscus, a forest-dwelling primate of central Africa. The bonobo shares 98% of its genes with its closest relatives, the chimpanzee ( Pan troglodytes, Latin for "cave-dwelling ape"), and the human ( Homo sapiens sapiens, "the ape that thinks it thinks"). Unlike the chimpanzee and the human, the bonobo does not engage in warfare, power politics, murder, or cannibalism. The bonobo species resolves conflict through sex rather than aggression -- bonobos would rather fuck than fight. (See "Bonobo Sex and Society" by Frans B. M. de Waal, Scientific American, March 1995.)
Keywords:  primatology, knapping
Knapping Primatology
Keywords:  kparts, ximian, kde, gnome, reusable
a framework for creating reusable components for use in applications
Bonobo is a component model, created formerly by Ximian, for compound documents used in GNOME, a desktop environment. It is inspired by Microsoft's OLE and is quite similar to it. Bonobo components are analogous to KParts in KDE.
Bonobo is Simon Green, British producer, composer, musician and DJ.