Typhoid Mary
(TY-foid MAIR-ee)
noun: A person from whom a disease or something undesirable spreads.
After Mary Mallon (1869-1938), a cook in New York, who was a healthy carrier (contagious but showing no symptoms) of typhoid. She died of pneumonia. Read/watch more about her on PBS Nova. Earliest documented use: 1909.
minus H

TYPOID MARY - a secretary in New York who Had an id-seated mental disorder that proHibited Her from typing the letter H.

[Her fatHer's name was Hank and Her motHer's name was Hazel ]