hushaby

hushaby

(ˈhʌʃəˌbaɪ)
interj, pl -bies
used in quietening a baby or child to sleep
n
(Music, other) a lullaby
[C18: from hush1 + by, as in bye-bye]

hush•a•by

(ˈhʌʃ əˌbaɪ)

interj.
(used as a command to be silent): Hushaby, baby.
[1790–1800; hush + (lull) aby]
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