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also aunt·y  (ăn′tē, än′-)
n. pl. aunt·ies Informal


(Broadcasting) Austral an informal name for ABC22
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aunty - the sister of your father or motheraunty - the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle
grandaunt, great-aunt - an aunt of your father or mother
kinswoman - a female relative
maiden aunt - an unmarried aunt
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(aːnt) noun
the sister of one's father or mother, or the wife of one's uncle. My Aunt Anne died last week; The child went to the circus with her aunt.
ˈauntie, ˈaunty (ˈaːnti) noun
an aunt. Auntie Jean; Where's your auntie?
References in classic literature ?
I'm not a show, Aunty, and no one is coming to stare at me, to criticize my dress, or count the cost of my luncheon.
And, with that, aunty gave George a nudge with her finger, designed to be immensely facetious, and turned again to her griddle with great briskness.
Oh, it is wonderful here, aunty dear, just paradise
Well, I've counted them twice, Aunty, and I can't make but nine.
I know you was meaning for the best, aunty, and so was I with Peter.
I was born a see-saw Aunty, and nothing can ever prevent me from teetering.
No, she's my mother's cousin really - only I call her Aunty, we always got on so.
Come and tell aunty all about it, for I'm in a hurry to begin," cried Rose, dancing before him toward the parlor, where Miss Plenty sat alone knitting contentedly, yet ready to run at the first call for help of any sort, from any quarter.
You know she can't go about like Aunty Plen, and we are so busy nowadays that she is rather lonely, I'm afraid.
All right, Aunty, we're starting," Lute called back, getting out of the hammock.
My cousin Tom will dine with us; and poor aunty will have her two children together for the first time.
Because Ged's Aunty Acid exists only on social media, that's how he created her five years ago, and now she has a fanbase of more than 8million on Facebook who look to her for daily straight-talking words of wisdom.