noun Scot. and North England Informal.
Origin of minnie
Definition for minnie (2 of 2)
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Minnie Mouse adorned the cover that month, though not in the rodentian spirit Disney had intended.Doug Kenney: The Odd Comic Genius Behind ‘Animal House’ and National Lampoon|Robert Sam Anson|March 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though it's getting better because Minnie has a very cool British accent.'About a Boy' Star David Walton Is No Hugh Grant, in the Best Way|Kevin Fallon|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Minnie Pearl Smith was already in custody and the two of them were consigned to the federal Bureau of Prisons.
Lane notes that Minnie Pearl Thomas had been convicted twice on drug charges in state court and received only a few months.
Minnie Pearl Thomas was arrested in another raid and remanded.
Those remaining were Sam, aged fifteen, and Minnie, aged three.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
Minnie, if I were you I really should not investigate those papers.The Story of the Gadsby|Rudyard Kipling
He got back to the office at half past six to find a red-eyed Minnie in the hall.The Breaking Point|Mary Roberts Rinehart
The children were delighted with this account, which Minnie called "a very nice inscription."The Fairy Nightcaps|Frances Elizabeth Barrow
"I'm engaged to Minnie," whispered the latter to the Rovers at the first opportunity.The Rover Boys on a Tour|Arthur M. Winfield