tannie

tannie

(ˈtʌnɪ)
n
South African a title of respect used to refer to an elderly woman
[Afrikaans; literally: aunt]
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Om Pieter-Dirk Uys te begryp en sy tekste te kan interpreteer, moet 'n mens dus ook Tannie Evita goed ken en verstaan.
Available January 21 TANNIE MARIA bears the psychological scars of her late husband's brutality but cooks for friends and those who need it most.
Also, thank you to Minnesota Department of Health staff: Paula Lindgren, Michonne Bertrand, Kathy Morseth, Virginia Yingling, and Tannie Eshenaur for the time and talents they contributed to the project.
The tears flow easily, for Papa and Mother and Nomsa, for Ouma and Grandma English and Tannie Hettie, for Boesman, for Moll, for the fairies, and finally for my small self that died with Nomsa.
The most famous white woman in South Africa, Tannie Evita Bezuidenhout, leads a company of characters that include Julius 'Juju' Malema, former apartheid minister Pik Botha, Kugel Nowell Fine, Mrs Petersen from the Cape Flats, the old Krokodil PW Botha, Madiba and the current South African president Jacob Zuma, all to put the smile back on faces.
Dit word vertel dat sy Tannie Lenie die nag van die bevalling met 'n gramafoon langs sy ma se bed gesit het en musiek gemaak het totdat hy in die wereld gekom het.
Cesar Valencirina and Tannie Joson had 25 each, while Jose Justo Yap added 23 for the team's total that overhauled Square Compass's eight point lead as play shifted to the BCC course from the par 69 Camp John Hay.
30 April 2012: Francis Tannie Arnsdorff, Jennifer C.
Om Nataniel of tannie Evita op papier te lees, is nie naastenby so snaaks soos om huile op die verhoog te sien nie.
NEWSOME'S new house system is based on, from left, Sir Chris HOY, Dame Kelly HOLMES, Dame Tannie GREY-THOMSON and Sir Steve REDGRAVE * STRONG ROOTS: Noel Kitterick, head of year nine with gardeners (from left): Elizabeth McDonald, year seven, Maryum Illyas, year nine and Liam O''Reilly, year eight.