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cubby

[ kuhb-ee ]
/ ˈkʌb i /
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noun, plural cub·bies.

any of a group of small boxlike enclosures or compartments, open at the front, in which children can keep their belongings, as at a nursery school.

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Origin of cubby

1835–45; dial. cub stall, shed (akin to cove1) + -y2
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British Dictionary definitions for cubby (1 of 2)

cubby1
/ (ˈkʌbɪ) /

noun plural -bies

Australian a small room or enclosed area, esp one used as a child's play area

British Dictionary definitions for cubby (2 of 2)

cubby2
/ (ˈkʌbɪ) /

adjective

Midland English dialect short and plump; squat
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