Manny vs Lots - What's the difference?

manny | lots |


As a proper noun manny

is .

As a noun lots is

.

manny

English

Noun

(mannies)
  • (informal) A male nanny (for children).
  • *2006 [Perry Taylor] has popped up in supermarket tabloids as the male nanny – or "manny" – for Britney Spears, who has a 9-month-old son, Sean Preston and is pregnant. — CBS News, 9 June 2006
  • See also

    * mannie * Mannie * Manny

    lots

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • English plurals
  • The men cast lots .
    They purchased all of the adjacent lots .
  • (colloquial) A lot; a great deal; tons; loads.
  • Lots of the ways you can help are really easy.
    Don't worry, my family has lots of money.
    She made lots of new friends.

    Adverb

    (-)
  • (colloquial) A great deal; greatly; very much; tons; loads; a lot.
  • I feel lots better about it now that we've talked.
    I care lots about the humane treatment of animals.
    Last year I ran lots faster than him.

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