Definition of Ninny. Meaning of Ninny. Synonyms of Ninny

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Definition of Ninny

Ninny Nin"ny, n.; pl. Ninnies. [Cf. It. ninno, ninna, a baby, Sp. ni[~n]o, ni[~n]a, child, infant, It. ninna, ninna nanna, lullably, prob. fr. ni, na, as used in singing a child to sleep.] A fool; a simpleton. --Shak.

Meaning of Ninny from wikipedia

- for other uses, see idiot (disambiguation) and the idiot (disambiguation). an idiot, dolt, dullard or (archaically) mome is an intellectually disabled
- this article is about the ethnic slur. for the mountain in california, see ****ninny buttes. for impact structure in western australia, see piccaninny
- the fool (russian: Иван-дурак, diminutive: Иванушка-дурачок) or ivan the ninny is a stock character of lucky fool who appears in russian folklore, a very
- way for onscreen female friendships like the one between evelyn couch and ninny threadgoode in fried green tomatoes, waiting to exhale and walking and talking
- idgie, and a 1980s friendship between evelyn, a middle-aged housewife, and ninny, an elderly woman who knew ruth and idgie. the centerpiece and parallel
- middle-aged housewife, and ninny threadgoode, an elderly woman who lives in a nursing home. every w**** evelyn visits ninny, who tells her stories about
- 'coxcomb', fribble, 'popinjay' (meaning 'parrot'), fashion-monger, and 'ninny'. 'macaroni' was another term, of the 18th century, more specifically concerned
- raccoon-like rings around their eyes. ninny (swedish – a real female first name, mostly used as a nickname, e.g. for anna) – ninny first appears in tales from moominvalley