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2.
Something that is old and associated with senior citizens.
We tried to party at this bitches' house last night, but it was a granny hood, and 5.0 was there quick.
de Xerobull 29 novembre 2002
 
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1. n. Short for "grandmother," used informally.

2. v. To throw an object by holding it in both hands and pitching it underhand, generally while bending the knees. Used often when referring to a style of throwing a basketball for those too weak or innacurate to make it to the hoop.

3. n. Short for "Granny Smith," a type of apple.
1. Are we going to see Granny? She makes awesome potato salad.

2. If you can't make a free throw regularly, man, just granny it up there. It's just a pickup game.

3. Man, that was a good granny I just ate there.
de Talmanes 2 mars 2006
 
3.
Granny is a relation. She is either your Mummy's Mummy or your Daddy's Mummy. She may sometimes be known as Gramma or Granma.
A child was sitting with her mummy in front of me on the bus.She turned round to look at me and told me she and her mummy were going to visit her mummy's mummy. She then whispered softly, in the way little girls do when they want to tell you something really important "Mummy's Mummy is my Granny."
de I.A.M. Stias 3 mars 2006
 
4.
Polite slang for "vagina". A term usable in front of the inlaws.
I've got an itchy granny.
de AndySteel 24 mai 2005
 
5.
Scottish verb

To beat someone to nothing (sport)
ie. 5-0, 10-0 etc.
Man, we just got grannied.

Bet you can't granny them in the next match.
de kksb 30 novembre 2009
 
6.
Grannys or grannies are underwear worn by grandmothers. Which typically refer to overly large but practical briefs commonly worn by grandmothers & "femmes d'une certaine age." Also used as a tease or insult among young women.
The ladies were throwing their grannys onto the stage.
I hope you are not going to wear your grannies tonight.
I hope you don't go out and buy more grannys again.
Beneath those grannies there is wisdom.
de Grateful Dodger 28 décembre 2011
 
7.
adj. Something that is really good at being what it is; a substitution for the underlying adjective.
"That girl is granny" (hot)
"This pie is granny" (tasty)
de HelloNasty 3 janvier 2009