noun, plural jen·nies.
Origin of jenny1
noun, plural jen·nies. Nautical Slang.
Origin of jenny2
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There never could have been two Jennies in this wicked old world.The Girls of St. Wode's
L. T. Meade
About a mile above the mound are the remains of what was known as Jennies island.Myths of the Cherokee
“Travellers” and “jennies” are, of course, terms of engineering.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 23 (of 25)
Robert Louis Stevenson
They are not going to make you a colonel right away, are they, like Jennies beau?
With Jennies aid she lifted the wounded girl and placed her on her narrow bed.