grandma

[gran-mah, -maw, grand-, gram-, gram-muh]
noun Informal.

Origin:
1865–70; grand- + ma

grammar, grandma, grandmother.
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grandma, grandmama or grandmamma (ˈɡrænˌmɑː, ˈɡrænd-, ˈɡræm-, ˈɡrænməˌmɑː, ˈɡrænd-)
 
n
informal words for grandmother
 
grandmama, grandmama or grandmamma
 
n
 
grandmamma, grandmama or grandmamma
 
n

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Example sentences
Lose that neuron, and you no longer recognize grandma.
Instead of talking to mom or dad or grandma or grandpa for free you have to pay
  for it today.
We need intelligent targeted measures in addition to the blanket measures which
  have grandma getting a pat down.
Furthermore let's go talk to grandma and clear all this up once and for all.
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