noun, plural Em·mys.
Examples from the Web for emmy
The reigning Emmy champ coming off her best season yet on The Good Wife, Margulies could very well set that record, too.Jennifer Aniston, Oscar Nominee? 5 Takeaways from the 2015 SAG Award Nominations|Kevin Fallon|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I remember thinking that I was going to win an Emmy that year for How I Met Your Mother.Oscars Host Neil Patrick Harris on His Best and Worst Emcee Moments (VIDEO)|Neil Patrick Harris|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In its sixth season, Modern Family is still worthy of adoration from audiences—just not Emmy voters.Stop Hating on ‘Modern Family’ (But Also Stop Giving It Emmys)|Jason Lynch|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And then we won, and because of that everyone assumed we would then get nominated for an Emmy.
I nerdily follow awards stuff, and pretty much everyone expected you to also get Emmy nominations, too.
It did stagger them both that Emmy Lou should have to stay to church.
"Emmy, you go and ask Mrs. Conner to ask her to come; ask Mrs. Conner to come too," said Mrs. Darter, resuming her feeble voice.Stories That End Well|Octave Thanet
From him any outrageous senselessness might be expected, and Emmy herself was scarcely less irresponsible than her babe.Septimus|William J. Locke
Emmy Lou found a moment before dispersal to interview Logan and Wharton.
Time was, before the eyes of Emmy Lou were opened, when she supposed there was but one way.
British Dictionary definitions for emmy
noun plural -mys or -mies
Word Origin for Emmy
Word Origin and History for emmy
statuette awarded by the American Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 1949, said to be an alteration of Immy, from image.