All right, children: it's time for aunty Megan to bore you with how things were In Her Day.
Today, in contrast, if Grandma Maude starts one in Maine, aunty Carol can directly help out from California.
aunty Nan was lying with her eyes fixed on the pale pink climbing roses that nodded about the window.
I invented that name, and a country and a language for them, which only aunty May and I know.
My passengers said, "aunty, mayn't we have a swim in the surf along the shore?"
Then aunty Edith stopped crying and tied a veil over her face.
It is a rough life, aunty, but a wholesome one if a fellow loves it as I do, and has an anchor to windward as I have.
aunty May writes stories, too, only she uses a typewriter and I use a pencil.
aunty May said maybe he did; and a white house where I guess the soldiers got something to eat and drink.
So just to keep George happy, aunty Edith gave him that to do.
1787, also aunty, familiar diminutive form of aunt. As a form of kindly address to an older woman to whom one is not related, originally in southern U.S., of elderly slave women.
The negro no longer submits with grace to be called "uncle" or "auntie" as of yore. ["Harper's Magazine," October 1883]
Any elderly, esp black, woman (1800s+)
An antimissile missile
[Air Force; fr humorous mispronunciation of anti]