Definition of the noun CUNNY
What does CUNNY mean as a name of something?
- [obsolete] A cony, rabbit.
- [vulgar, slang] A cunt, vulva.
- Cunny is a fictional character from the Pink Panther film series.
- Cunny is a fictional film character.
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Morecock, Fartwell, & Hoare (2009)
A Collection of Unfortunate but True Names by Russell Ash
Cunny Overend (Female) Born Birkenhead, Cheshire, c.1870 (Birkenhead, 1871 census) Cunny is a diminutive of cunt; it exists to this day as a rare surname, principally in the Manchester area. Cunt Pepper ...
The Leather Workers' Journal (1903)
Cunny is a hustler. Our worthy president, Brother Butler, is giving a series of lectures on the proper conduct In the shop; we notice a marked improvement. What has become of No. 57 and No. 91. We looked for them in the Journal but have ...
A Shipwrecked Cargo for Gold Rush California by Thomas N. Layton
A sea cunny is a helmsman.
by Jonathon Green
cunny see also under cony and its combs. tunny n. [2000s] (UK Black) cunnilingus. |abbr.] cunny alley n. (also coney court, cony-hall, ...
by Paul Dickson
cunny thumb 1. A pitcher who throws slow balls. See also cutty-thumb. Sometimes spelled “cunnythumb.
by Eric Partridge
cunny. The pudendum muliebre: low coll.; C.17~20.
by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
for secreting money AUSTRALIA, 1979 cunny noun the vagina. A play on CUNT (the vagina) and ®con(e)y ̄ (a rabbit). UK, 1615 cunny fingers; cunny thumbs noun an awkward, clumsy person. A term originally applied to a weak shooter.
Buckish Slang, University Wit, and Pickpocket Eloquence by Francis Grose
Cunny warren; a girl's boardingschool, also a bawdy-house. WASH. Paint for the face, or cosmetic water.
A New and Original Work of Reference to the Words in the English Language
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Scrabble value of C3U1N1N1Y4
The value of this 5-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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