Another form of baby
. In our (Mike & Carrie) opinion, almost to an ownership fault. It's not as much a word that is pronounced as much as is a sound that is grunted or produced to show posession or desire of said baebuh. Not only can it be used in intimate forms of wanting or needing (like, "Mmmmm...my baebuh...") but it can be used as a retort for, say...one not flushing the toilet...or for farting... (like, "Damn, BAEBUH!!") That single word, alone, can be used to carry on a conversation, as the meaning is all about how the sound of the word is projected.
I really love my baebuh!