buźka


buźka
ż III, CMs. \buźkaźce; lm D. buziek
zdr. od buzia
a) w zn. 1:

Włożyć cukierek do buźki.

pot. Buźka! duża buźka! «całuję mocno (jako pozdrowienie, wyrazy podziękowania, uznania)»
b) w zn. 2:

Umorusana buźka.


Słownik języka polskiego . 2013.

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