Used in the American South when addressing or referring to one's grandmother. It is the counterpart to Papaw.
I'm going down to Dixie
to visit my Mamaw.
Used in the American South when addressing or referring to one's grandfather. The counterpart to Mamaw.
My Papaw is old, but he's fit as a fiddle.
An unmanageably large load carried to avoid making more than one trip. The phrase originates from the American South.
I took a lazy man's load of groceries out of the car and ended up dropping them all on the driveway.
A Kentuckian who got lost on his way to Michigan.
"Isn't a Hoosier a person from Indiana?"
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