johnny
[ˈdʒɒni]
NOUN
informal
johnnies (plural noun)
  1. BRITISH
    used as a name for an unknown man, often suggesting that he is unimportant or insignificant.
    "the security johnny insists that you sign the visitors' book"
    synonyms:
    insignificant person · nobody · nonentity · non-person · gnat · insect ·
    antonyms:
  2. a condom.
  3. US
    a gown fastened at the back, worn by hospital patients.
Origin
late 17th century ( in johnny (sense 1of the noun)): pet form of the given name John ; johnny (sense 2of the noun) dates from the 1960s.
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the body of johnny was taken by his own people who keened over him.
the security johnny insists that you sign the visitors' book.
a religious broadcast with johnny Morris as narrator.
he duetted with johnny on a ballad.
my johnny, see, he was smart.
How to say johnny in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)جوني, وجوني
Bangla জনি
Bosnian (Latin) Džoni
Bulgarian (NOUN)Джони, Хари
Cantonese (Traditional) 约翰尼
Catalan (NOUN)Joanet
Chinese Simplified 约翰尼
Chinese Traditional 約翰尼
Croatian (NOUN)Džoni
Czech (NOUN)Johny, Harry
Danish (NOUN)Harry
Estonian (NOUN)Harry, Hansel
Fijian Joni
Finnish (NOUN)Harry
Greek (NOUN)Τζόνι, Ο Χάρι
Haitian Creole la Johnny
Hebrew (NOUN)ג'וני, לג'וני, שג'וני
Hindi (NOUN)जॉनी
Hungarian (NOUN)Hapsi, Harry
Icelandic (NOUN)Klósett
Japanese (NOUN)ジョニー, ジョニーキャッシ
Korean (NOUN)조니, 쟈니
Latvian (NOUN)Džonijs
Lithuanian (NOUN)Džonis
Persian (NOUN)جانی
Polish (NOUN)Jasiu, johny, Jaś
Romanian (NOUN)Harry
Russian (NOUN)Джонни
Samoan Sione
Serbian (Cyrillic) Јохннy
Slovak (NOUN)Honzík, Jeníček, Harry
Slovenian (NOUN)gizdalin, Harry
Spanish (NOUN)Jhonny
Swedish (NOUN)Harry
Tahitian si Johnny
Tamil ஜானி
Telugu జానీ
Thai จอห์นนี่
Tongan Soni
Ukrainian (NOUN)Джонні, Джоні
Urdu (NOUN)جانی
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