hinny

noun
hin·ny | \ ˈhi-nē \
plural hinnies

Definition of hinny 

: a hybrid between a stallion and a female donkey — compare mule

First Known Use of hinny

1688, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for hinny

Latin hinnus, from Greek innos

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