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tunny

noun tun·ny \ˈtə-nē\
plural tunnies also tunny

Definition of TUNNY

:  tuna

Origin of TUNNY

modification of Middle French thon or Old Italian tonno; both from Old Occitan ton, from Latin thunnus — more at tuna
First Known Use: circa 1530

Rhymes with TUNNY

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