gammer

gam·mer

 (găm′ər)
n. Chiefly British
An elderly woman.

[Probably alteration (influenced by grandmother) of godmother.]
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gammer

(ˈɡæmə)
n
rare chiefly Brit a dialect word for an old woman: now chiefly humorous or contemptuous. Compare gaffer1
[C16: probably alteration of godmother or grandmother]
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gam•mer

(ˈgæm ər)

n. Archaic.
an old woman.
[1565–75; contraction of godmother; compare gaffer]
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He tried to go back to bed - but Paxton returned minutes later to send another jet of fire towards Mr Gammer's head, catching his hair alight.
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Five of the eight competitors appear to have been written off - Scott Gammer, who gave Williams a tough test in 2007 before being knocked out in the ninth, is third favourite at 8-1.
Williams is drawn to fight Harrison in the final, but first he must defeat Carl Baker and then the victor when Scott Gammer takes on Coleman Barrett.
British champion Danny Williams, predecessors Michael Sprott, Scott Gammer and Michael Holden, and Olympic gold medalist Audley Harrison are among the eight competitors.
Gammer, a child psychologist who directs training institutes in family therapy in Europe, provides methods for interacting with children in family therapy, so that their voices are prominent in the therapeutic setting.
SWEET PRIZE: Chilly Jenkins (left) picks up his prize from Scott Gammer (right) and the show's sponsor
WELSHMAN Scott Gammer has retired in the wake of his defeat to John McDermott in Sheffield on Saturday night.
After ignoring a chorus of critics predicting his retirement from the ring in the wake of his first pro defeat to Danny Williams to concentrate on his new plastering business, Gammer's first fight on the road to redemption has been plagued by problems.