from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of buds.
- Like a bud.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“Hey, buddy,” Larry hissed at one, not knowing that his name really was Buddy, have you seen…”
My mother also devised a new logo to honor her husband: a silhouette of a baker holding a cake aloft, the name Buddy stenciled on the cake.
The term Buddy is one meant out of love, a term I never used until Jon Snodgrass got me saying it.
In Nixon 1995 for example, the President calls his wife Pat by the nickname "Buddy."
Fortunately for the dog, who would be given the name Buddy, Clinton did appear to eventually form an attachment to his new pet.
Question: if Hillary C. couldn't even negotiate peace between Socks and Buddy, is she qualified to be Secretary of State?
Of course, Buddy is not lying around the house with his head in his paws thinking, how am I going to meet payroll this period?
Session Buddy is free and works wherever Chrome does.
Buddy is able to use his powers to belch up fireballs, Kory, fully recharged, is able to defend too.
If your on a tight budget, the Fishin Buddy series mounted to a 2x4 to set over your hole will work well.
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