noun, plural bub·bies. Slang.
Origin of bubby
Examples from the Web for bubby
“There used to be a bubby bush—a sweet-scented shrub—over in that corner,” Creed hesitated.Judith of the Cumberlands|Alice MacGowan
Bubby, why don't you go home and have your mother sew up that awful hole in your trowsers?
And Vinnie knelt down beside the girl who was holding Bubby in her arms.The Young Surveyor;|J. T. Trowbridge
Bubby Short's throat is so sore that all he can do is to lie flat on the floor and wink his eyes.
And Bubby Short wrote a very cunning little one, and if you want to, you may read it.