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Definition of Narnie


  • To describe a person who is creepy, a person who is unclean and possibly a beggar.

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.
    This is not true at all. No one calls a creepy person or unclean person this word. Totally wrong.

    Last edited on Jul 20 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 07 2011.

  • A Grandmother. Compare with "Mamaw and Mamie."

    This is a common word used to call someone's Grandmother.

    "Steve, are you ready to go see Narnie?"


    Last edited on Jul 20 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 20 2015.

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