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fanny

noun fan·ny \ˈfa-nē\
plural fannies

Definition of FANNY

1
slang British :  vulva
2
:  buttocks
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Examples of FANNY

  1. I'd like to give him a good kick in the fanny!
  2. <be careful on that icy walk, unless you want to fall on your fanny>

Origin of FANNY

perhaps from Fanny, nickname of Frances
First Known Use: circa 1840

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FANNIES Defined for Kids

fanny

noun fan·ny \ˈfa-nē\

Definition of FANNY for Kids

:  a person's rear

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