Nanny ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Nanny ( noun )

  1. A woman who is employed to take care of a child.
  2. A woman who takes care of the children in a family.
  3. A woman who is in charge of the care of children in a daycare center or school.

Origin:

Middle english, from middle low german nanny, from nane, nene, from old english nan, from ne not + an one; akin to old high german nēni not any.

Examples:

  1. The nanny took the children to the park.
  2. She was a nanny for a wealthy family.
  3. The nanny was responsible for the children's meals and activities.
  4. The nanny left a note for the parents when they came home.
  5. The nanny was fired for being too strict with the children.

(As a verb)

Nanny ( verb )

  1. A woman who is employed to take care of a child.
  2. A woman who takes care of the children in a family.
  3. A woman who is in charge of the care of children in a daycare center or school.

Origin:

Middle english, from middle low german nanny, from nane, nene, from old english nan, from ne not + an one; akin to old high german nēni not any.

Examples:

  1. The nanny took the children to the park.
  2. She was a nanny for a wealthy family.
  3. The nanny was responsible for the children's meals and activities.
  4. The nanny left a note for the parents when they came home.
  5. The nanny was fired for being too strict with the children.
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