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EtymologyEdit

Back-formation from pubes.

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pube (plural pubes)

  1. (slang) A single pubic hair.
    • 2010, Nick Waugh-Bacchus, Platonic?, ISBN 1848764677, page 261:
      He was a man would could step back from a problem and look at it logically and find the sense in most given situations. Sure, questions such as ,“ Why are we here?” “Is there a God?“ and “Why is there a pube in the butter?” have stumped Jack in the past; however, in knowing that this is the case, Jack has been quite happy to move on and find answers to questions that are far more relevant to day-to-day existence.

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pube f (plural pubes)

  1. (anatomy) pubis, pubic bone

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pube m (plural pubes)

  1. the crab louse, Phthirus pubis

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pube m (plural pubi)

  1. (anatomy) pubis, pubic bone
  2. (anatomy) pubis (area)

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pube

  1. ablative singular of pubes