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Nanny (IPA: /ˈnæni/)

Nanny (n.)

A diminutive of Ann or Anne, the proper name.


Person employed to take care of employer's children in employer's home




1981–1983 UK TV series


Short story by Philip K. Dick


Female given name

Nanny Synonyms

Nanny-goat, She-goat

Nanny Synonyms

Nursemaid, Nurse

Nanny Rhymes

Annie, Anny, Canney, Canny, Cranney, Cranny, Dannie, Danny, Fannie, Fanny, Frannie, Franny, Granny, Hani, Hanney, Hanni, Hannie, Hanny, Janney, Lanni, Lanny, Manney, Manni, Mannie, Manny, Nanney, Nanni, Nanny, Panny, Ranney, Sani, Stannie, Tanney, Vanni, Vannie, Vanny, Yanni, Zanni

Diianni, Ferranti, Mccraney, Mchaney, Mcnaney, Mcrainey, Mcraney, Rabbani, Uncanny

Chalasani, Mariani, Pakistani
Modigliani, Modiliani

Nanny (Last Name / Surname)

Nanny is the #60,960 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 330 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Nanny in Spanish is Niñera

Tagalog Translation

Nanny in Tagalog is Yaya

Example Sentence (Quote)

" "You never know until you look ," said Nanny Ogg, expounding her own Uncertainty Principle. (p. 350)" - Discworld

Example Sentence (Quote)

"If Singapore is a nanny state, then I am proud to have fostered one." - Lee Kuan Yew

Example Sentence (Quote)

" I'm a British nanny and I'm dangerous." - Shoot 'Em Up

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