Definitions

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Daniel.
  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given names Danielle, Daniella and Daniela.

Etymologies

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From Daniel and Danielle, from Hebrew דן, and -y.

Examples

  • #35@OSIDE DANNY: Danny, you need to get your own Avatar.

    IGD: Padres @ Cubs (12 May 08)

  • #49@OSIDE DANNY: Danny they are just better and the Padres have made a few stupid mistakes tonight.

    IGD: Padres @ Cubs (12 May 08)

  • The figure for the hit was much less: “Fifty thousand dollars, and Danny kept four thousand” The common denominator, however, was the name Danny, reportedly a sometime thug and bookie—Danny Rocha.

    Every Breath You Take

  • "Can't see the name Danny Kaye without thinking of the classic Clark Griswold blow-up in Christmas Vacation: "Where do you think..."

    Forbes.com: News

  • And I actually, Danny told me afterwards that the effects guy was saying to him, you know, whispering in Danny's ear, like, you know, hes not going to be able to make it all the way through.

    James Franco, Modern-Day Renaissance Man

  • And I actually, Danny told me afterwards that the effects guy was saying to him, you know, whispering in Danny's ear, like, you know, hes not going to be able to make it all the way through.

    James Franco, Modern-Day Renaissance Man

  • I called Danny, and he took the truck out looking for her.

    So Much Pretty

  • And I actually, Danny told me afterwards that the effects guy was saying to him, you know, whispering in Danny's ear, like, you know, hes not going to be able to make it all the way through.

    James Franco, Modern-Day Renaissance Man

  • I was at Miami Beach with my family and my cousin Danny and my sister Alex were looking for seashells in the ocean.

    Glass Rare | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • My horse is called Danny, and she is gentle and patient with my ineptitude—to a point, and then she turns and, despite my instructions, heads for home.

    Exit the Actress

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