bub


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bub

 (bŭb)
n. Slang
Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a man or boy: See you around, bub.

[Probably alteration and shortening of brother.]

bub

(bʌb)
n
1. informal Also called: bubba US fellow; youngster: used as a form of address
2. slang
a. a baby
b. bubs grade the first grade of schooling; nursery school
[C20: perhaps from German Bube boy]

bub

(bʌb)

n. Slang.
(used as an often insolent term of address) brother; buddy.
[1830–40, Amer.; perhaps < German Bub, short for Bube boy]
Translations

bub

n (US inf) → Alte(r) m (inf), → Mann m (inf)
References in classic literature ?
A workingman would come in, feeling cheerful after his day's work was over, and it would trouble him to have to take his glass with such a sight under his nose; and so he would call out: "Hello, Bub, what's the matter?
Come 2016, the performance-based support to the LGUs is going to expand to the BuB for the cities and municipalities and the upcoming KALSADA and BuB for barangays projects, said Panadero.
Food will host a BBQ brunch on Sunday, where festival-goers can experience a brunch menu comprised of original dishes from each of the participating restaurants, plus signature BBQ sides paired with Bub City's famous Bloody Mary Bar and mimosas.
Maybe in my screenplay Bub could have a tiger, and Iris loved cats.
There is a moment in the scene, after Bub has examined the toothbrush and thrown it away, when he interacts with the razor.
And what happens if our precious bub becomes a serial killer?
Bub became "teacher's pet" by learning to earn chunks of human flesh for good behavior.
There will also be 37 destinations available to connect to through AirTran's bub in Atlanta.
The dog is absolutely bub bling, and to win first run back, and in an H1, really is something special.
This is the time during which any potential reprisal can be nipped in the bub.