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nannies, plural;
  1. Be overprotective toward
    • - his well-intentioned nannying
  1. A person, typically a woman, employed to care for a child in its own home

  2. A person or institution regarded as interfering and overprotective

  3. A female goat

  1. a woman who is the custodian of children
  2. female goat
  3. A nanny, or childminder, is a person who looks after the child or children of another family. Childminding differs from nannying in that a nanny goes to the house of the child in order to care for it; childminders look after the child in the childminder's home. ...
  4. Nanny is the name of two different fictional characters in X-Men and related titles in the Marvel Comics Universe.
  5. Jim Henson's Muppet Babies (simply known as Muppet Babies) is an American animated television series that aired from September 15, 1984 to November 2, 1991 on CBS. ...
  6. Nanny was a BBC television series that ran between 1981 and 1983. In this historical drama, Wendy Craig starred as nanny Barbara Gray, caring for children in 1930s England. When Barbara Gray leaves the divorce court she has no money, no job just an iron will and a love for children. ...
  7. The Nanny is a 1965 suspense film directed by Seth Holt and starring Bette Davis as a devoted nanny caring for a ten-year-old boy recently discharged from a home for disturbed children. ...
  8. The Nanny (La balia) is a 1999 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio. It was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.
  9. "The Nanny" is the self-titled pilot episode of the CBS television sitcom The Nanny. It was filmed in 1993 . Picked up by CBS shortly after, the show would go on to produce 145 more episodes, ending its successful primetime run in 1999.
  10. The Nanny was an American television sitcom co-produced by Sternin & Fraser Ink, Inc. and Highschool Sweethearts in association with TriStar Television for the CBS network. ...
  11. (Nannyism) Nanny state is a pejorative term used in reference to state protectionism, economic interventionism, or regulatory policies (of economic, social or other nature), and the perception that these policies are becoming institutionalized as common practice. ...
  12. A child's nurse; A grandmother; A female goat; To treat like a nanny's charges; to coddle. [From the mid-20th c.]
  13. A diminutive of the female given name Ann or Anne
  14. (nannyism) The behaviour of a nanny state
  15. A Nanny is expected to be responsible for all aspects of the child's life. In practice domestic nannies usually care for children between new-born to 4 years, after the age of 4 years families generally migrate to au pairs, mothers helps or nanny / housekeepers. This includes:
  16. A nanny is similar to a babysitter except that nannies work more than 20 hours a week, live or work inside your home and are paid by the week. Because nannies work longer hours, they often have increased responsibilities such as driving the children and preparing three meals a day.
  17. A woman employed full-time to take care of one or more children in a family home. Nanny is the diminutive of Ann or Anne and a nanny is also a female goat but the origin of the term nanny as a woman caring for children is conjectural. The male equivalent of a nanny is a manny.
  18. A mother goat; infrequently used depending upon your location.
  19. A nanny is similar to an au pair, but she does not need to be enrolled in school, and she can be any age. She can stay with you in your home or live nearby.
  20. Jamaican five hundred dollar bill
  21. Grandmother; mothers' mum
  22. (Japanese Name : Hisu)- Nanny is Allura''s over-protective caregiver who always wants to make all of Allura''s decisions for her. Like Coran, Nanny fusses over the Princess and is bent on keeping her away from all harm.