russian for grandmother
to interject with when someone else is speaking and you do not want to hear it anymore
john: "the other day there was....."
It literally means "Grandma" in Russian.
The reason I bring this up, is because Americans tend to mispronounce the word.
It should be BAH-bushka, not ba-BOOSH-ka.
Ya lublu moyu babushku = I love my grandma ;)
1 a triangular kerchief head covering
2 an elderly Russian or eastern European woman. Stereotypically stout.
Once a week I visit three babushkas.
its like an over joyed excitement, can't contain myself, i want to scream through my iphone to you
Watching the Grammy Awards and Adele is about to take her sixth Grammy of the night.
Monica: Adele, here we go...
Tara: omgomgomgignginggijf Please!! Adele deserves this!
Monica (adele won) : wooooooooooooooiiiikndfjknnvjndv
Tara: Adele!?!? Babushkas!!!!
Term of endearment for close friends, loved ones, pets, etc.
1. Hey babushka, what you been up to?
2. I love this little babushka, he is so cute
A crazy lady that has been around forever, disowns her grandchildren, and chases people with a stick. To some she is known as Oma or Grandma.
Babushka: WHAT??? If you stop yapping about that elf from LOTR I will chase you around with a stick!
Erin: But Babushka, you know you love me!!
Universal term used for human infants and toddlers who physically appear extremely cute, chunky, adorable and tubby-bubby. The word Babushka is a term of extreme endearment.
1. Oh what a cute little babushka you are in that baby picture.
2. I saw the most adorable baby picture which made me want to run up and pinch those little babushka cheeks of hers.
3. Don't be embarrassed, you were such a little babushka in that picture. Please let me post it on my FaceBook page.