(nī′tē-nīt′) Informal
Variant of night-night.

[Reduplication of night + -y.]
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a schoolgirl called Keira Knightley read bedtime stories to little Dani Dyer, before tucking her in and saying nighty-night.
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The driver simply pulled over when his unwanted passenger passed out, bid the lad nighty-night, and called the police.
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This powder is supposed to either send people off to nighty-night, or, in a lower concentration, just make them really, really mellow, and like, not wanna fight, dude.