Definition of Ninny. Meaning of Ninny. Synonyms of Ninny

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Definition of Ninny

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

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- his young adult novel, the ninnies was listed by the irish times as one of the children's books of the year in 2012 academic work
- the ethnic slur , the mountain in california , ****ninny buttes , impact structure in western australia , piccaninny crater small yes
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- ninny) equal to the apostles and the enlightener of georgia , (c. 296 – c. 338 or 340) was a woman who preached christianity in georgia
- or ivan the ninny is a stock character of lucky fool who appears in russian folklore , a very simple-minded, but nevertheless lucky young
- these stories, along with ninny's friendship, enable evelyn to begin a new, satisfying life while allowing the people and stories of
- women, ruth and idgie, and a 1980s friendship between evelyn, a middle-aged housewife, and ninny, an elderly woman who knew ruth and idgie.
- the newly-knighted and foolish sir abraham ninny – son of sir innocent ninny and his constantly-inebriated wife lady ninnytries to win