bunky

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From bunkie.

Noun[edit]

bunky

  1. Term of familiar address
    • 1989 December 25, “Grin, Bunky Your Holiday Ain't so Bad”, in Miami Herald:
      You say you got the Christmas blues? Your best girl is allergic to mistletoe, and all you got in your stocking is a run? Is that what's troubling you, Bunky? Well, cheer up.