noun, plural min·nies. Chiefly Inland North and North Midland U.S..
Origin of minny1
Definition for minny (2 of 3)
noun, plural min·nies. Scot. and North England.
Definition for minny (3 of 3)
noun Scot. and North England Informal.
Origin of minnie
Examples from the Web for minny
It woke Minny and Aibileen up to the fact that they were risking their lives writing this book.The Help: An Oral History with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Co.|Marlow Stern|January 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No, but you 'bout to,” Minny replies, “ 'cause you just did.
The captain has gone away, and Minny and the baby are here for the night.
I drew a large chair to the fire for him, and Minny filled his pipe, for I had "followed the drum" too long to object to smoking.
Here Minny came out into the hall and held up her hands in sunrise.
If I think there may be a minny to meet them, I tell them there is a minny, and probably two.Letters to Helen|Keith Henderson
Roused by the noise, the children, and Minny with the baby in her arms, were already in the kitchen.