Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete spelling of guinea.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I reckon hormones are catching actually, cos my teenage sister Ginnie is writhing with them at the moment and I am getting almost as bad as her.

    Kick ass chicks and men playing God

  • I paused briefly and went on, 'Ginnie's suicide sent Gordon berserk.

    Come To Grief

  • Helen Virginia 'Ginnie' Dinsmore Miller was surrounded by family when she passed away on Sunday, April 11 in College Place, WA.

    Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Weekly News

  • Shoes for spring: Kitty Cooper 'Ginnie' in nature

    Shoewawa

  • Some government bond funds invest solely in treasury securities backed directly by the full faith and credit of the government while others offer slightly higher yields by allowing government agency securities, such as Ginnie and Sallie Maes, into their portfolios.

    Investopedia.com Headlines

  • Government corporation (more commonly known as Ginnie

    News

  • "Ginnie" was a very active member of the Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, the Wacky Wednesday program and the Gold Star Wives of America.

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  • Loans backed by FHA insurance typically are sold to investors as ultrasafe Ginnie Mae securities, as the Government National Mortgage Association is known.

    U.S. Says Deutsche Bank Lied

  • Newhart says his wife of 48 years, Ginnie, is the biggest NCIS fanatic in the family, having gotten hooked on constant USA Network repeats while recovering from a liver transplant in 2009.

    On the Set: NCIS Welcomes Bob Newhart

  • Such bonds include "pre-refunded" munis, which are backed by Treasurys, and some housing bonds backed by Ginnie Mae and Fannie Mae.

    A Game Plan for Munis

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