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
Historical Examples of jimmies
Other Muriels have thus overbalanced the light attentions of other Jimmies.Sixes and Sevens
With the words he deftly extracted Jimmies handkerchief, and thrust it at Deering.
The promise of Jimmies appreciation and powers was to him peculiarly delightful.
Jimmies, we didnt mind that; the nearer the better, thats what I said.Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol
Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Jimmies greatest achievements have been in testing and experimenting.Famous Flyers
David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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.