yonnie

/ (ˈjɒnɪ) /

noun

Australian children's slang a stone

Nearby words

  1. yongning,
  2. yoni,
  3. yonkers,
  4. yonks,
  5. yonne,
  6. yoo-hoo,
  7. yoof,
  8. yop,
  9. yorba linda,
  10. yore

Word Origin for yonnie

from a native Australian language

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Examples from the Web for yonnie

  • I had been dreaming all the time of how much I should have liked to hold that little flaxen-haired "Yonnie" in my arms.

    There is no Death|Florence Marryatt
  • Accepting fate, Yonnie scrambled up and plodded after the wagon.

    Blind Man's Lantern|Allen Kim Lang
  • He immediately returned, took up "Yonnie," and brought her out into the circle on his arm.

    There is no Death|Florence Marryatt
  • Yonnie, the Ayrshire bull, tossed his head and sat as the rope tightened on his noseband.

    Blind Man's Lantern|Allen Kim Lang