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Emmy

noun Em·my \ˈe-mē\

: a small statue that is awarded each year to the best actors, programs, etc., in American television

plural Emmys

Full Definition of EMMY

:  a statuette awarded annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in television

Examples of EMMY

  1. She won an Emmy for that role.

Origin of EMMY

from alteration of Immy, nickname for image orthicon (a camera tube used in television)
First Known Use: 1949

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