|Spoken in||United States|
See also: Language games
Ubbi Dubbi is a language game spoken with the English language, and is a close relative of the language game Obbish. It was popularized by the long-running PBS television show ZOOM.  Variations to Ubbi Dubbi include Ob, Ib, Arpy Darpy, and Iz (a/k/a shizzolation).
- Speak → spubeak //
- Hello → hubellubo //
- Extra → ubextruba //
- Mississippi → Mubissubissubippubi
- Ubbi Dubbi → Ububbubi Dububbubi
- Zoom → "Zuboom"
- "Hi, how are you?" → "Hubi, hubow ubare yubou?" (unpronounced vowels do not have "ub" in front of them)
See also 
- Gibberish (language game)
- Tutnese (language game)
- Pig Latin
- -izzle / Dizzouble Dizzutch, a/k/a "shizzolation"
- Ribeiro, Amanda (May 9, 2000). "Kidsday: What's Cool for Kids. About 'ZOOM'.". Newsday. p. B35. Retrieved 2008-09-24. "The kids have this really cool language called Ubbi Dubbi . (It's totally secret, but I'll tell you how to figure it out. You put a "ub" at the beginning of every vowel sound. For example, if you want to say, "Hi, how are you?" It would be "Hubi, Hubow ubarube yuboubu?"" Unknown parameter