hubby


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hub·by

 (hŭb′ē)
n. pl. hub·bies Informal
A husband.

[Alteration of husband.]

hubby

(ˈhʌbɪ)
n, pl -bies
an informal word for husband
[C17: by shortening and altering]

hub•by

(ˈhʌb i)

n., pl. -bies. Informal.
husband.
[1680–90; by shortening and alter.; see -y2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hubby - a married manhubby - a married man; a woman's partner in marriage
benedick, benedict - a newly married man (especially one who has long been a bachelor)
family man - a man whose family is of major importance in his life
house husband, househusband - a husband who keeps house while his wife earns the family income
better half, married person, partner, spouse, mate - a person's partner in marriage
uxoricide - a husband who murders his wife
Translations

hubby

[ˈhʌbɪ] Nmarido m, maridito m

hubby

[ˈhʌbi] nmari m

hubby

n (inf)Mann m
References in classic literature ?
I began to feel sorry for Hubby, dog my cats if I didn't.
"How is your Hubby?" said Agatha then, brusquely, to Henrietta.
"What is the matter between you and Hubby?" demanded Agatha, interrupting her.
We hugged and spoke some more and then I invited him into my living room and he sat in the middle of my hubby and me.
Hubby Steve and I have had our obstacles and challenges, but what has kept us together is the intimacy in our relationship.
The hubby had been toying with the idea for quite a while, because these rooms are empty most of the time.
You'll end up ferreting under the duvet for the off switch while your hubby's stuck on the hard shoulder.
Hubby's recently returned to work too and is already moaning about the commute.
Hubby's connected friends are advising him to stay put, and not to return.
Last F&J checked, both you and hubby have a long pedigree in right-win NH politics.
Although the idea behind the picture is totally sweet, her hubby clearly didn't see it that way!