Barbie

[bahr-bee]
noun
  1. Also called Barbie doll. a person, especially a young woman, perceived as blandly attractive and vacuous.
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barbie

barby

noun
  1. informal, mainly Australian short for barbecue
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Word Origin and History for barbie

Barbie

1959, trademark name (reg. U.S.). Supposedly named after the daughter of its creator, U.S. businesswoman Ruth Handler (1916-2002); see Barbara.

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