fubsy

fubsy

[fuhb-zee]
adjective, fubsier, fubsiest. British Dialect.
short and stout.

Origin:
1770–80; obsolete fubs, fub chubby person + -y1; cf. -s4, -sy

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fubsy (ˈfʌbzɪ)
 
adj , -sier, -siest
archaic, dialect or short and stout; squat
 
[C18: from obsolete fubs plump person]

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