Bambi

Bambi

[bam-bee]
noun
1.
a familiar name for a baby deer.
2.
a female given name.

Origin:
from the deer in the children's book of the same name (1923) by Hungarian-born author Felix Salten, pen name of Siegmund Salzmann (1869–1945)

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bambi (ˈbæmbɪɜ)
 
n acronym for
born-again middle-aged biker: an affluent middle-aged man who rides a powerful motorbike

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Main Entry:  bambi
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a person who is new to something, esp. one who freezes when first confronted with a television camera
Example:  His superior at the hospital called him "Bambi".
Etymology:  after 'deer in the headlights'
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