Define granny. granny synonyms, granny pronunciation, granny translation, English dictionary definition of granny. or gran·nie n. pl. gran·nies 1. Informal A grandmother.
Granny is a female grandparent. Granny may also refer to: Fictional characters. Granny (Looney Tunes), a Looney Tunes character. Granny (Beverly Hillbillies character), a character on The Beverly Hillbillies television series, played by Irene Ryan.
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Granny Goodness was a minion of Darkseid. She has been on Earth for many years creating an army for Darkseid's conquest of Earth. She uses her position as a head administrator of St. Louise's Orphanage to convert girls sent to the orphanage into Female Furies.
Granny /gran"ee/, n., pl. grannies, adj. grannier, granniest for 6. n. 1. Informal. a grandmother. 2. an elderly woman. 3. a fussy person. 4. Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. a nurse or midwife.
grannie (less common). granny (plural grannies). (colloquial) A grandmother. I'm going to be a granny. (colloquial, derogatory) An elderly woman. There are too many grannies around here getting in the way. (grandmother): gran, grandma, nan, nanna, nanny. (elderly woman)...
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Granny's voice was first provided by Bea Benaderet from 1937 through 1953. June Foray later took the role and is still providing Granny's voice as of 2013.
The sailor's granny knot (by 1803, originally granny's knot, so called because "it is the natural knot tied by women or landsmen" [Smyth, "Sailor's Word-Book," 1867].
2 chiefly Southern & south Midland : midwife. See granny defined for English-language learners.