bay bay


how can i use bay bay in sentence i mean like baaaaay

See example:

He has to came to us bay".
asked Feb 15 '12 at 07:39 lsbaan New member

1 answer


I'm sorry Isbaan, I'm not sure what you mean... 


Do you mean baby? (in the sense of a pet name for someone of whom you are fond?)

or is it a reference to 'A Bay Bay' by Hurrican Chris? 


Either way, first you need to change the verb; it should be "to come" rather than "to came".


If you mean to refer to the person you're speaking to as 'baby' then the sentence reads:

"He has to come to us, baby." (Note the comma before the word baby.)


If you mean something to do with the song, then as far as I can work out it means pretty much the same thing, it's just a more informal way of saying it. Unless you're writing something very informal I would not recommend using it. If you do want to use it, I'd suggest like this: 

"He has to come to us, Bay Bay."


It very much depends on your audience. Make sure they will get the reference before you use it, or you're just going to confuse them. 


I hope that helps, and if I've not answered what you were actually asking, please try to rephrase? (Or maybe someone else will understand where I haven't?)

link answered Feb 15 '12 at 13:33 Siân Harris Expert

I was thinking along the lines of bay meaning shoreline indentation, but your answer makes more sense than mine would have. I've never heard the song, so I didn't associate bay bay with baby. Jody M.Feb 15 '12 at 13:54

Maybe, "He has to come to us at the bay?" Siân HarrisFeb 15 '12 at 13:58

That's what I was thinking. Jody M.Feb 15 '12 at 15:04

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