My granny the Escort concludes with two of the women reaching a crossroads of sorts.
Way to go, granny—talk about “staying hot” from the cradle to the grave!
Unlike his granny, Harry does carry cash, and paid for his own ticket and those of his staff.
1660s, according to OED, most likely a diminutive and contraction of grannam, shortened form of grandame, rather than from grandmother. The sailor's granny knot (by 1803, originally granny's knot, so called because "it is the natural knot tied by women or landsmen" [Smyth, "Sailor's Word-Book," 1867]. Granny Smith apples (1895) named for Maria Ann Smith (d.1870) of Australia, who originated them.