Good looking, hot, gorgeous.

Used to describe someone/thing.
Check her out, shes bubs.
That's a well bub car mate.
by KanoC April 29, 2012
hey bub <3
by Shu Cuzz September 22, 2011
Owner of the lone concession stand in freetown, USA. A prodigy when it comes to automechanics and dancin.
"Oh no, my choclates! Comeback chocolates, i didn't mean what i said!" Bubs
by Jerry Garcia in a Pouch February 19, 2003
1. Way to address guys you know without using their name.

According to various dictionaries, probably comes from the German or Yiddish word for boy. It's very informal. Be aware that nowadays in the US, it used just as often mock friendliness when you are being passive aggressive with someone as it is in actual cordial situations.

Also used as a term of endearment by some parents.

2. Elsewhere in the world, in the movie "Whale Rider", which takes place among the Maori tribe in New Zealand, all the kids, boy and girl, refer to each other as "bub" constantly, as do their relatives.

3. Additionally, it can mean "baby" in slang over there.
1. You better watch your step, bub.

2. Come on bub, you can do it.

3. I've been up with the bub since 2 AM, she won't stop crying.
by The Northern car April 13, 2011
A blue man, possibly of African American descent. Runs a concession stand, one of two operating businesses in Freetown, USA. A wiley, cunning man, who can fix any problem, any time, anywhere, with anything. Unusually intelligent for a cartoon, even by human standards.
Well, first I tried duct-taping The Cheat to the VCR, but he wasn't too into that idea. Then I tried duct-taping a clock to it. That seems to work.
by Charlie June 27, 2003
made famous by wolverine
"I know what you're thinkin', punk. Question is: 'Can I get Wolverine before he turns me into shish kabob with those claws?' Now bub, seein' that those claws are adamantium, the strongest metal known, and can slice through vanadium steel like a hot knife through butter, buddy, you gotta ask yourself: do I feel lucky?"
"hey bub looky there! an armadillo!"


"fuck off bub!"

wolverinexmentough guybub
by swanchic507 October 26, 2009
Language: Derived from a combination of Latin, Ebonics, Mongolism, Hillbilly, and Pennsylvania Dutch. Also derived from the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls of Hoganese. The word Bub, can be used to replace any word in the English language, (Noun, Verb, Adjective and Etc., See also "pal"
Cheeseburger ain't got no cheese pal. it's a hard life bub.
by Bubwolfman July 08, 2015
a boy you think is adorable
Bub, I want to skoosh you!
by pahini May 12, 2011

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