Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An assimilated form of wilna, Scotch for will no—that is, will not.
“This curious pipe is called a "Winna," and the hollow is filled with tobacco, the smoking of which affords much enjoyment to the denizens of the swampy regions of Guiana.”
“Mr. Cooke, in "The Seven Sisters of Sleep," states that a tube much resembling the "Winna" of Guiana was some years ago to be met with in the Tobacconists 'Shops in London.”
“Certainly the earnest young tutor must have encountered Winna, who was often about the Ross and Thom households at that time.”
“Winna ye speak to me and tell me what it a 'means?" said she, twining her arms over his shoulder.”
“Winna ye gie me luik nor word, and me ridden like mad to hae a sicht”
“Winna ye tell me a '' at 's in yer hert aboot it, sir?”
“Winna ye, Dawtie?" said Andrew, holding out his hands.”
“For Winna so we know what she's talking about, cause Janelle Monae is like .... just so much fun”
“Children on camera remark that all kinds of kids are welcome in the clown's Camp Winna-Rainbow tepees - even a Republican!”
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