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Nannie vs. Nanny

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Nannienoun

female goat

Nannynoun

A child's nurse.

Nannienoun

grandmother

Nannynoun

(colloquial) A grandmother.

Nannie

Nannie may refer to:

Nannynoun

A female goat.

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Nannyverb

To serve as a nanny.

Nannyverb

To treat like a nanny's charges; to coddle.

Nannynoun

A diminutive of Ann or Anne, the proper name.

Nannynoun

a caretaker for a child; a child's nurse; a nursemaid.

Nannynoun

Grandmother; - a child's word, used especially as a form of address. See also nana.

Nannynoun

a woman who is the custodian of children

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Nannynoun

female goat

Nannynoun

a person, typically a woman, employed to look after a child in its own home.

Nannynoun

a person or institution regarded as interfering and overprotective.

Nannynoun

one's grandmother.

Nannynoun

a female goat.

Nannyverb

work as a nanny

‘nannying and au pair work are not well paid’;

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Nannyverb

be overprotective towards

‘his well-intentioned nannying’;

Nanny

A nanny is a person who provides child care. Typically, this care is given within the children's family setting.

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