Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See mammy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It was very common for the white people to have their children cared for by colored women, whom the children used to call mammie, and not infrequently

    Allen Parker. Recollections of Slavery Times.

  • It was because of being with my bairn that I wouldna agree to live in the hospital here like the rest of the nurses, and whan I gang hame noo to my little garret, he will waken up out of his saft sleep, rosy and fresh, and hold up his bonnie mou ', sae like his father's, for' mammie's kiss. '"

    Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places

  • “And just out of curiosity, since when is dressing up like a mammie mocking “ghetto” culture?”

    UCONN Law Students Hold Racially Offensive Party

  • And just out of curiosity, since when is dressing up like a mammie mocking “ghetto” culture?

    UCONN Law Students Hold Racially Offensive Party

  • July 7th, 2009 at 11: 02 pm PDT plus with HTML5 those mammie jammies can run offline. sweet

    Google Drops A Nuclear Bomb On Microsoft. And It’s Made of Chrome.

  • “Mammie, mammie,” exclaimed the little rustic, running towards the door of the hut, “come out and speak to the gentleman.”

    Old Mortality

  • It mattered not a jot to her that she had been chosen for the role solely to prop up the Prime Minister's credentials on sexism and racism, his 'double whammie mammie', as he had been know to refer to her.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • Wi 'a Queen for thy mammie and a King for thy daddie,

    Lias Laddie

  • Little would my mammie think though she heard the guineas clink.

    Peggy-O

  • Little would my mammie think though she heard the guineas clink.

    Peggy-O

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