Origin of tammy1
Definition for tammy (2 of 3)
noun, plural tam·mies.
Definition for tammy (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for tammy
Tammy is what happens when you make Bridesmaids, but forget to include the jokes.
Melissa McCarthy wrote Tammy, she co-produced it, and she starred.
She's also one of the first female combat veterans in the House or Senate, alongside Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth.
Both parents were professionals; his mother, Tammy T. Wilson, is a legal nurse consultant.Russell Wilson Should Win MVP (and the Super Bowl)|Allen Barra|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tammy Faye truly changed our lives, and to have known her was such a gift.Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato’s Favorite World of Wonder Clips (VIDEO)|Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato|February 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A knife, dropped by Joey or Tammy, gleamed in the 330 light of the fire.
She continued the conversation to include Tammy as he came around the kirk on his tapping crutches.
Across the creek, Tammy, at work building a fire under the thawing-pan, heard his chiefs words and growled faintly.
The progress of Ailie and Tammy through the tenements was like that of the piper through Hamelin.
A woolen stuff sometimes called "everlasting," a variety of tammy.Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony|George Francis Dow