Often Bub·by . (used as an affectionate term of address) a young child.
Other definitions for bubby (2 of 3)
a variant of bubbe.
How to use bubby in a sentence
bubby, why don't you go home and have your mother sew up that awful hole in your trowsers?The Book of Anecdotes and Budget of Fun; | Various
“There used to be a bubby bush—a sweet-scented shrub—over in that corner,” Creed hesitated.Judith of the Cumberlands | Alice MacGowan
bubby was in deep water already, and his struggles were carrying him down stream.The Twin Cousins | Sophie May
That is, bubby was playing while Mabel nagged and thwarted him in almost everything he wanted to do.The Corner House Girls Among the Gypsies | Grace Brooks Hill
Of course you wont be a lobster, bubby, spoke up Tess from across the hedge.The Corner House Girls Among the Gypsies | Grace Brooks Hill