Definition of bammy in US English:

bammy

(also bammie)

noun

  • (in the West Indies) a flat roll or pancake made from cassava flour.

    • ‘That was cool and we put down a few rums and beers while we had fried fish and bammy to eat.’
    • ‘Anyway - tomorrow morning I get to make ackee and saltfish and bammy for breakfast.’
    • ‘White smoke billowed from the chimney at the Sistine Chapel, and, in case the faithful had mistakenly formed the opinion that the cardinals were merely frying up some escoveitched fish and bammy, bells began to peal!’
    • ‘Had a nice fried snapper with bammy.’
    • ‘I learned a little trick with the bammy some time ago.’

Origin

Probably from a West African language.

Pronunciation

bammy

/ˈbamē/