- a male given name, form of Leonard.
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Examples from the Web for lenny
I was with a reporter, Lenny Bernstein, whom she had caught in her sights.The Life of a Liberian Child with Ebola
November 5, 2014
Her parents were horrified by her friends: Woody Allen, Richard Pryor (“that crazy black child”), Lenny Bruce and Lily Tomlin.Joan Rivers: 'Death Is Like Plastic Surgery'
September 4, 2014
When the water “crisis” began I emailed my high school friend Lenny back in T-Town and asked him how things were going.Toledo: The Town Too Tough for Toxic Water
P. J. O’Rourke
August 4, 2014
His wife, former tennis player Miroslava Vavrinec (Mirka, to the insider fan) gave birth to two boys in early May, Leo and Lenny.12 Things You Didn’t Know About the Quirky Stars of Wimbledon
June 23, 2014
“Lenny was the kind of guy that everybody likes,” Libman told the Daily Beast.Rocker Lenny Kravitz’s Namesake Receives Medal of Honor
March 19, 2014
"I have nothing to say against it," answered Lenny, bluntly.
Get my hat out of the parlor, and—just bring a clothesbrush, Lenny.
Lenny smiled grimly as he passed the little pole from where it lay.
“I dare say we came close by them somewhere,” he said to Lenny.
And Leonard, commonly called Lenny, was an only son, and his mother a widow.My Novel, Complete