Bambi

[bam-bee]

Origin of Bambi

from the deer in the children's book of the same name (1923) by Hungarian-born author Felix Salten, pen name of Siegmund Salzmann (1869–1945)
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  • When he had the framework completed, he summoned Bambi for a private view.

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  • Bambi left lists all over the house as reminders for the Professor.

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  • Bambi was out of bed and at her window the next morning early.

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  • So it was with Bambi, the high-handed, imperious little mite.

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  • "I adore the way you demolish worlds," Bambi sparkled up at him.

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British Dictionary definitions for bambi

bambi

n acronym for
  1. born-again middle-aged biker: an affluent middle-aged man who rides a powerful motorbike
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