Definitions for cubbyˈkʌb i

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

cub•byˈkʌb i(n.)(pl.)-bies.

  1. a cubbyhole.

  2. a small, open, boxlike compartment or cupboard, as one used by children for storage.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of cubby:

1835–45; dial. cub stall, shed (akin to cove1) + -y2

Princeton's WordNet

  1. cubby, cubbyhole, snuggery, snug(noun)

    a small secluded room

Wiktionary

  1. cubby(Noun)

    A small, confined space.

  2. Origin: From cub "stall". Cognate with cagibi.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Cubby(noun)

    alt. of Cubbyhole

CrunchBase

  1. Cubby

    Cubby is a smartphone-enabled service that affords bag-carrying city travelers information on the whereabouts of the closest participating Cubby partner. Cubby™s custom native smartphone application is designed to geo-locate the closest Cubby partner, facilitate a booking, and assist in the financial transaction. If you must…we’re the “Airbnb of coat/bag checks”.

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