noun, plural Lu·bas, (especially collectively) Lu·ba for 1.
Examples from the Web for luba
The film focuses on two Ukranian teens, Raya and Luba, who are lured into slavory by promises of a hotel job.
If he moved slightly away from Luba, he thought, he could breathe more easily.
"I'm always interested in what the competition is doing," Luba said.
I had to pass through Luba's room on my way to the attic, in the little house occupied by the commune.
I had called to try a game of chess with her father, when he informed me that Luba had been ill.
"So, everything goes so swiftly," replied Luba, with a smile.Foma Gordyeff|Maxim Gorky