- n. A female given name
- queen + -ie (Wiktionary)
“It looks like the English Queenie is smoking a Gauloises ciggy!”
“Eibmoz says: hey, Queenie, is that why Charles is so ugly?”
“Though an avid devotee of guardsmen and other virile types, the British writer J.R. Ackerley found the love of his life in Queenie, a female German shepherd he adopted in the mid-1940s.”
“Homer and me worked for a man name of King Ed, and his wife, they call her Queenie on account of her being married to a man who real name was King.”
“She has a pug dog she calls Queenie and it has its meals at the table along with the family, eating off a china plate.”
“Saw our first Grizzly Who I called Queenie (After My Mum)!!”
“If you are referring to that reckless young woman called Queenie ----”
“The circus people called her Queenie, that was all I knew.”
“One popular taimei, known as Queenie, 25, said she receives more than $1,500 worth of sashes and garlands every night.”
“The nurse, nickname Queenie, has been helping to wash and dress the convicted terrorist for more than two years.”
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The names of cows from literature, your little acre of heaven, your memory, or otherwise.
I am particularly fond of those in my memory that ended in "ie", such as Bossie and Bessie.
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