Origin of blub
Examples from the Web for blub
Only kick their souls out of 'em, and they go and blub in the box-rooms.Stalky & Co.|Rudyard Kipling
Like to see them sitting round in a ring with blub lips, entranced, listening.Ulysses|James Joyce
Number Five dredge trembled, with a wet sucking sound, and settled back into the mud, blub—blub—blub.The Native Soil|Alan Edward Nourse
Muriel would be sure to blub; Chuck had seen her that morning.Phyllis|Dorothy Whitehill
He says no one has ever seen a Gherkin blub; if they have to, they go and do it somewhere else.
British Dictionary definitions for blub
verb blubs, blubbing or blubbed
Word Origin and History for blub
"fit of weeping," 1894, imitative. As a verb by 1843. Related: Blubbed; blubbing.