bonniness
[bonniness]
DEFINITION
  1. noun form of bonny
bonny
[ˈbɒni]
ADJECTIVE
SCOTTISH
NORTHERN ENGLISH
bonnier (comparative adjective) · bonniest (superlative adjective) · bonnie (adjective)
  1. attractive or beautiful.
    "a bonny lass"
    synonyms:
    beautiful · attractive · handsome · pretty · gorgeous · good-looking ·
    nice-looking · well favoured · fetching · prepossessing · ravishing · stunning · lovely · nice · sweet · cute · appealing · endearing · adorable · lovable · charming · dear · darling · delightful · winsome · winning · blooming · bouncing · healthy · fine · divine · drop-dead gorgeous · easy on the eye · adorbs · beaut · beauteous · fair · comely · taking
    antonyms:
NOUN
literary
(my bonny)
bonnie (noun)
  1. used as a form of address for one's beloved or baby.
Origin
late 15th century: perhaps related to Old French bon ‘good’.
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it's worth a thousand pounds, a bonny sum.
a bonny lass.
How to say bonniness in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans bonjnlikheid
Arabic بونيس
Bangla নিবোলতা
Bosnian (Latin) ljivost
Bulgarian издръжливост
Cantonese (Traditional) 邦尼
Catalan de la seva vida
Chinese Simplified 邦尼
Chinese Traditional 邦尼
Croatian \"bonniness\"
Czech bonnost
Danish knogle træthed
Estonian kondsus
Finnish ja bonniness
Greek η ομορφιά
Hebrew מיכל בוני
Hindi सुन्दरता
Hungarian bonniness szerint
Indonesian tulang bonniness
Japanese ボニーネス
Korean 보니니스
Latvian bonniness puns
Lithuanian iš bonniness
Maltese u l-
Persian از پشت
Portuguese o bonniness
Russian боннистем
Serbian (Cyrillic) бонност
Serbian (Latin) bonnost
Tamil பொனிமை
Telugu బోనినెస్
Thai การงีบ
Urdu صفائی
Vietnamese bonniness của
Welsh y bonniness
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