Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A baby.
- n. regional Baby (human infant).
“It is impossible to describe adequately the scene that ensued -- the anxiety of the poor seaman to be recognised by his long lost "babby," the curious but not unnatural hesitancy of that "babby" to admit that he”
“Mrs Bright chanced to be spending the afternoon with Mrs Joe Davidson and her wonderful "babby" when the skipper and mate walked in upon them.”
“babby" was in arms, for he would not take his nourishment from the parent fount unless he had one of his little red fists twisted into his mother's hair, which he dragged till he made her roar; while he diverted the pain by scratching her, till the blood came, with the other.”
“August 25th, 2009 10: 10 am ET aaaaaaw, does babby want his bobble?”
“Alex, you must be a little babby, go cry to your mother!!!!”
“Is the next chapter titled “How is babby formed?” sarasvati3”
“The first one immediately took me back to the "how is babby formed" meme:”
“Can sperm in taco make babby in girl stomach if she eats?”
“I still think it sounds like baby talk (babby takie?) possibly related to the ghostly Ulster Scots that was invented by Unionists who were sour or Irish, but my daughter is going to Scotland next year,.”
“Perhaps you are not aware, given the kind of ke-babby food that is served in your country, that timing is everything in matters soufflé.”
Looking for tweets for babby.