Etymology
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tubby (adj.)

"shaped like a tub, corpulent," 1835, from tub + -y (2). The noun meaning "a fat person" is attested from 1891. Related: Tubbily; tubbiness.

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Definitions of tubby

tubby (adj.)
short and plump;
Synonyms: dumpy / podgy / pudgy / roly-poly
From wordnet.princeton.edu