Ronnie

or Ron·ni, Ron·ny

[ ron-ee ]
/ ˈrɒn i /

noun

a male or female given name, form of Ronald or Veronica.

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British Dictionary definitions for Ronnie

ronnie
/ (ˈrɒnɪ) /

noun

Dublin dialect a moustache

Word Origin for ronnie

C20: from Ronald Colman (1891–1958), debonair moustached British film actor
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