jimmies
jimmy jim"my, n.; pl. {jimmies}. [Rhyming slang: Jimmy Grant, for immigrant. --RHUD] An immigrant. [Australian slang] [PJC]

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  • jimmies — n. pl. Small cylindrical bits of sweet chocolate used as a granular topping on e.g. ice cream. Syn: sprinkles. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jimmies — [jim′ēz] pl.n. Informal particles for sprinkling on something, as in decorating it; specif., particles of chocolate for sprinkling on ice cream cones * * * jim·mies (jĭmʹēz) pl.n. Small particles of chocolate or flavored candy sprinkled on ice… …   Universalium

  • jimmies — (n.) bits of candy as ice cream topping, by 1963, American English …   Etymology dictionary

  • jimmies — [jim′ēz] pl.n. Informal particles for sprinkling on something, as in decorating it; specif., particles of chocolate for sprinkling on ice cream cones …   English World dictionary

  • Jimmies — Jimmy Jim my, n.; pl. {Jimmies}. [Cf. {Jemmy}.] A short crowbar used by burglars in breaking open doors. [Written also {jemmy}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jimmies — n Stretch shorts worn under another pair of shorts. Did you remember to wear your jimmies? 1990s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • jimmies — noun plural Etymology: origin unknown Date: circa 1947 tiny rod shaped bits of usually chocolate flavored candy often sprinkled on ice cream …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • jimmies — 1. noun Small sugary (often chocolate) sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes. 2. verb Third person of to jimmy; to pry open or otherwise bypass a lock …   Wiktionary

  • jimmies — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Gym shoes, plimsoles …   English dialects glossary

  • jimmies — n. small bits of chocolate or candy that are used as a topping on ice cream; sprinkle jim·my || dʒɪmɪ n. type of crowbar, tool used to force open doors or windows (also jemmy) v. open using a crowbar, break in with the help of a jimmy …   English contemporary dictionary

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