Top Definition
It literally means "Grandma" in Russian.
The reason I bring this up, is because Americans tend to mispronounce the word.
It should be BAH-bushka, not ba-BOOSH-ka.
Ya lublu moyu babushku = I love my grandma ;)
po SMERSH009x Јун 22, 2005
real def:
russian for grandmother

urban def:
to interject with when someone else is speaking and you do not want to hear it anymore
john: "the other day there was....."
john: "..........."
po Noe Lozano Март 21, 2004
1 a triangular kerchief head covering

2 an elderly Russian or eastern European woman. Stereotypically stout.
Once a week I visit three babushkas.
po Mandingoe Мај 31, 2004
(noun) A very hairy vagina
Wow, look at the babushka on her! She needs to shave that!
po BlakeMB13 Септембар 9, 2015
Term of endearment for close friends, loved ones, pets, etc.
1. Hey babushka, what you been up to?

2. I love this little babushka, he is so cute.
po Biz-atch Август 29, 2010
A crazy lady that has been around forever, disowns her grandchildren, and chases people with a stick. To some she is known as Oma or Grandma.
Erin: Babushka!
Babushka: WHAT??? If you stop yapping about that elf from LOTR I will chase you around with a stick!
Erin: But Babushka, you know you love me!!
po POPE Март 25, 2004
Universal term used for human infants and toddlers who physically appear extremely cute, chunky, adorable and tubby-bubby. The word Babushka is a term of extreme endearment.
1. Oh what a cute little babushka you are in that baby picture.

2. I saw the most adorable baby picture which made me want to run up and pinch those little babushka cheeks of hers.

3. Don't be embarrassed, you were such a little babushka in that picture. Please let me post it on my FaceBook page.
po Billafur Јун 18, 2009

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