O que significa chamar alguém de "bubba"?

O que significa chamar alguém de "bubba"? Já procurei em vários lugares e não achei uma tradução significativa pra expressão.


Ao ativar o English Plus além de navegar sem anúncios você ainda tem vários benefícios! ATIVAR AGORA
2 respostas
  Resposta mais votada
6 48 1.1k
Bubba is a southern derivation on the word "Brother"
Source: Urban Dictionary.

Just like Donay have spotlessly explained. And sometimes can be a way of speaking to someone you want make friends with; replacing the word "brother".
Nesta aula, a professora Camila Oliveira ensina vários macetes para você nunca mais se confundir na hora de dizer as horas em inglês. ACESSAR AULA
23 107 1.6k

In American usage, bubba is a relationship nickname formed from brother and given to boys, especially eldest male siblings, to indicate their role in a family. For some boys and men, bubba is used so pervasively that it replaces the given name. The nickname may also be used outside the family by friends as a term of endearment.

Because of its association with the southern part of the United States, bubba is also often used outside the South as a pejorative to mean a person of low economic status and limited education. Bubba may also be taken to mean one who is a "good ol' boy." In the US Army and Marines, bubba can mean a lay soldier, similar to grunt but with connotations of endearment instead of derision (e.g., "Can you make that device easier to work with, 'cus every bubba is gonna have to use it.").

At times it may be used as a term of endearment (or in an insulting sense) for a person, especially a man, who is either overweight or seemingly powerful large body frame.[1][2]
In gun culture, Bubba is a term used for a person who permanently alters or modifies historic firearms, with no regard for its historical value.

The word exists in other languages and carries similar meanings. Bubba is common in Australia and New Zealand as a noun or pronoun to refer affectionately to a baby.

Fonte: Wikipedia