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[grand-muh-mah; gran-mah-muh, grand-, gram-]
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noun Informal.
  1. grandmother.
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Origin of grandmamma

First recorded in 1740–50; grand- + mamma1
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Examples from the Web for grandmamma

Historical Examples

  • And would they really have died, do you think, grandmamma, if the two men had not overtaken them?

    Georgie's Present

    Miss Brightwell

  • Kitty: Grandmamma always said my voice was the most gentle she had ever heard.

  • Was not this sort of flattery more dangerous, grandmamma, than the other?

    The Fairchild Family

    Mary Martha Sherwood

  • "Now add to that another seventy, and cast it up, my boy," said grandmamma.

    The Fairchild Family

    Mary Martha Sherwood

  • One of grandmamma's stories is so interesting that we will relate it in this place.

    The Fairchild Family

    Mary Martha Sherwood