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what is the difference between grany & grandma they both have the same meaning but is there any difference??
2011년 1월 22일 오후 3:10
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Here in the US "grandma" (pronounced "gramma") is much more common. People might use "granny" in a funny / joking way. I think it's more common in the Southern and Western parts of the US. A famous "granny" from American comedy show was this lady: http://www.colettebaronreid.com/blog/featured/beverly-hillbillies-4th-chakra/comment-page-1/
2011년 1월 22일
No difference whatsoever. BTW "granny" (two n's)
2011년 1월 22일
Granny and grandma are shortened forms of the word Grandmother. Other English names used for grandmother are Nan and Nanna. Example: Tomorrow I will visit my granny/grandma/nan/nanna.
2011년 1월 22일
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