Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A meaningless burden in old English ballads and glees, generally “hey, nonny.” It was similar to the fa, la of madrigals.
- A whim.
- n. A ninny; a simpleton.
- n. obsolete A fool.
- n. A meaningless word used in refrains, especially in old English ballads and glees.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A silly fellow; a ninny.
“His "nonny" has not been back since Thursday, so now he waits hitting refresh, waiting for a comment, but very few come now.”
“Which nonny wrote this mind-nummy piece of twaddle?”
“People like you of course nonny: witty, punchy writers with original and constructive things to say, and opinions that make us stop and think!”
“Oabama is leading in every category, she can twist it as much as she wants, that will notttttttttttt change! nonny”
“Oh and why is it that when a state that is mostly white and they come out in numbers for a white canidate is racist, and when blacks do the same it isn't. sounds like hypocrisy to me. nonny”
“It's full of Medieval and Tudor England-type tunes you can prance about singing "Hey nonny nonny" to without fear of much humiliation.”
“I'm proud BO has come to the Presumptive Nominee Satus. nonny”
“Brad, at least Linn has the guts to write under her own name, unlike "nonny mouse" by”
“So, nonny naughty mouse: Now let's see you defend YOUR view about all this in an article for HB in elegant, erudite, and knowledgeable language ... with a few reputable facts to support your view along the way.”
“No need to get sp smarty mouse A nonny, naughty mouse ....”
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