noun, plural aunt·ies.
Definition for aunty (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for aunty
Today, in contrast, if Grandma Maude starts one in Maine, Aunty Carol can directly help out from California.
All right, children: it's time for Aunty Megan to bore you with how things were In Her Day.
Emma sat down as close as she could to her, to show that she was in possession, and no one else could have aunty now.Gritli's Children|Johanna Spyri
Indeed, Aunty Rose would have had the meal on the table twenty minutes earlier.Carolyn of the Corners|Ruth Belmore Endicott
Aunty Boone sat on a pile of pelts inside the store, smoking her pipe.Vanguards of the Plains|Margaret McCarter
Aunty and I discussed the matter dispassionately under a palm tree in the back yard.The Smiling Hill-Top|Julia M. Sloane
It was Aunty Etta, I think, who had first put it into my head to make them.The Carved Lions|Mrs. Molesworth
British Dictionary definitions for aunty (1 of 3)
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noun plural -ies
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Word Origin and History for aunty
1787, also aunty, familiar diminutive form of aunt. As a form of kindly address to an older woman to whom one is not related, originally in southern U.S., of elderly slave women.
The negro no longer submits with grace to be called "uncle" or "auntie" as of yore. ["Harper's Magazine," October 1883]