Whinnies
Whinny Whin"ny, n.; pl. {Whinnies}. The ordinary cry or call of a horse; a neigh. ``The stately horse . . . stooped with a low whinny.'' --Tennyson. [1913 Webster]

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  • whinnies — whin·ny || hwɪnɪ / w n. neigh, sound made by horse v. neigh; make a sound like a horse …   English contemporary dictionary

  • whinny — UK [ˈwɪnɪ] / US / US [ˈhwɪnɪ] verb [intransitive] Word forms whinny : present tense I/you/we/they whinny he/she/it whinnies present participle whinnying past tense whinnied past participle whinnied if a horse whinnies, it makes a high sound… …   English dictionary

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  • whinny — whin|ny [ˈwıni] v past tense and past participle whinnied present participle whinnying third person singular whinnies [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: From the sound] if a horse whinnies, it makes a high sound >whinny[i] n …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • whinny — [[t](h)wɪ̱ni[/t]] whinnies, whinnying, whinnied VERB When a horse whinnies, it makes a series of high pitched sounds, usually not very loudly. The girl s horse whinnied. N COUNT Whinny is also a noun. With a terrified whinny the horse shied …   English dictionary

  • whinny — noun (plural whinnies) a gentle, high pitched neigh. verb (whinnies, whinnying, whinnied) (of a horse) make a whinny. Origin ME: imitative …   English new terms dictionary

  • whinny — ► NOUN (pl. whinnies) ▪ a gentle, high pitched neigh. ► VERB (whinnies, whinnied) ▪ (of a horse) make such a sound. ORIGIN imitative …   English terms dictionary

  • Whinny — Whin ny, n.; pl. {Whinnies}. The ordinary cry or call of a horse; a neigh. The stately horse . . . stooped with a low whinny. Tennyson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • whinny — I. verb (whinnied; whinnying) Etymology: probably imitative Date: 1530 intransitive verb to neigh especially in a low or gentle way transitive verb to utter with or as if with a whinny II. noun (plural whinnies) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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