- IPA: /ˈɡɹæni/
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.
- (knots) A granny knot.
- (farming, colloquial) An older ewe that may lure a lamb away from its mother.
- French: mémé, mamie
- German: Oma, Omi
- Italian: nonna, nonnina
- Portuguese: vó, vovó, vovozinha
- Russian: ба́бушка
- Spanish: abuelita, yaya
granny (not comparable)
- (informal) typically or stereotypically old-fashioned, especially in clothing and accessories worn by or associated with elderly women.
- granny dress; granny glasses
granny (grannies, present participle grannying; past and past participle grannied)
- (informal, intransitive) To be a grandmother.
- (informal, intransitive) To act like a stereotypical grandmother; to fuss.
- (colloquial) one's grandmother