noun, plural jen·nies.
Origin of jenny1
Definition for jenny (2 of 3)
noun, plural jen·nies. Nautical Slang.
Origin of jenny2
Definition for jenny (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for jenny
Then the commercial weight loss behemoths Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig joined this crowded field.
Will you work with Jenny Slate, John Daly, John Mulaney, etc. moving forward?
Liz G., one half of “Publizity” [the other half of which, Liz B, is played by Jenny Slate] is one of the best on the show.
Jenny Slate and Rosario Dawson make out at midnight because everything is beautiful and nothing hurts.High-End Pervs Film Benedict Cumberbatch and Reese Witherspoon Sucking Face|Amy Zimmerman|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Jenny Packham has proven an ideal fit for the Duchess,” Kelly said.
Perhaps Jenny's concern with it kept her from the perception that not Glenfernie only was changing or had changed.Foes|Mary Johnston
Jenny Lind has latterly slipped from the public eye into the shades of her newly-found domestic life.
Jenny longed to peep round the kitchen door at the visitor, but she was afraid that Ruby would carry on about it.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
Thomas, for that was the swain's name, made an assignation one night to meet Jenny in the orchard at Allanbank.Scottish Ghost Stories|Elliott O'Donnell
"Ready," said Dab, and the "Jenny" glided gracefully away from the landing with the starting push he gave her.
British Dictionary definitions for jenny
noun plural -nies
Word Origin for jenny
Word Origin and History for jenny
fem. personal name, originally diminutive of Jane or Janet; attested from c.1600 as female equivalent of jack (n.), and like it applied to animals (e.g. Jenny wren, 1640s) and machinery (spinning jenny, 1783).