Origin of jimmie
noun, plural jim·mies.
verb (used with object), jim·mied, jim·my·ing.
Origin of jimmy1
noun, plural jim·mies. Australian Slang.
Origin of jimmy2
Examples from the Web for jimmies
Nothing more was said until they reached the "tenant-house" where the Jimmies lived.Jimmie Higgins|Upton Sinclair
Jimmies, we didnt mind that; the nearer the better, thats what I said.Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Instantly the whistling ceased, and Jimmies voice was heard.Boy Scouts in the Northwest|G. Harvey Ralphson
The promise of Jimmies appreciation and powers was to him peculiarly delightful.Deering of Deal|Latta Griswold
Jimmies greatest achievements have been in testing and experimenting.Famous Flyers|David Goodger (email@example.com)
noun, verb plural -mies or -mies, -mying or -mied
bits of candy as ice cream topping, by 1963, American English.
1893, from jimmy (n.). Related: Jimmied; jimmying.