There are 2 main definitions of grammy in English:

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grammy 1

Pronunciation: /ˈɡramē/
(also grammie)

noun (plural grammies)

US informal
A person’s grandmother: this recipe came from my grammy
More example sentences
  • She didn't really know her grammy at all.
  • I asked her if she still visited her grammy.
  • Maybe things would look up for her once her grammy's estate was settled.
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There are 2 main definitions of grammy in English:

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Grammy 2

Pronunciation: /ˈɡramē/

noun (plural Grammys or Grammies)

Each of a number of annual awards given by the American National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for achievement in the record industry.
Example sentences
  • In February 1997, the album won a American Grammy Award as Best Musical Show Album.
  • He left the club in May last year to form his band Dirty Vegas and has just picked up a Grammy, the American music industry's equivalent of an Oscar.
  • She won five, tying a record for most Grammys by a Female Writer.

Origin

1950s: blend of gramophone and Emmy.

Words that rhyme with Grammy

chamois, clammy, gammy, hammy, jammy, mammae, mammee, Miami, ramie, rammy, Sammy, shammy, whammy
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