I prefer Nannie, but I imagine a pair of twins who are about 5 years named Nanny and Fanny.

I like this name, I call my grandma "mama" (I call my mom, mom), and I've never had a babysitter, so the only other thing I imagine besides what I've stated earlier is that British show where it stars a babysitter named Jo. Regardless, a girl with this name will definitely get teased.
I like old names  11/2/2020
My name is Annie and once when I was ordering pizza and the cashier asked me what my name was, they thought that my name was Nanny.
― Anonymous User  1/7/2019
I’m neutral about the name Nanny, however, it would lead to teasing on the child baring the name, but once he/she reaches the age of 60 and is babysitting children, it will suit the person then.
― Anonymous User  12/31/2018
There's a character called Nanny McPhee from the movie of the same name.
― Anonymous User  5/26/2013
Nanny? Seriously? This is what I call my grandmother. Enough said...
GirlWithN0Name  2/8/2011
Please do not officially name your child this. This name will not suit them until they become a GRANDMA!
kool_babe14  5/14/2009
I would hope nobody puts this as their child's name on a birth certificate. Maybe a cute nickname from time to time, but nothing official.
ICEyun  2/24/2009
The first things that pop into my head are those annoying singing nannies played by Julie Andrews.
bananarama  9/19/2008
Nanny is what you call a grandmother, a goat or a babysitter. This is not a name.
― Anonymous User  6/27/2006

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