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nonny

(ˈnɒnɪ)
n
(Music, other) a meaningless word used in songs as a refrain, esp in 'hey nonny nonny'
References in classic literature ?
With a hey and a ho And a hey nonny no, A butcher of Nottingham
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Nonny De-la-Pena, una de las profesionales mas reconocidas en el campo del periodismo inmersivo.
Conteudos expressivos em RV no ciberjornalismo nao chegam a ser tao novos: datam pelo menos de 2012, com a incursao pioneira de Nonny De La Pena (1).
Named Hey Nonny Nonny, this estate is more that what meets the eye.
So, along with all the period garb that looked way too heavy and scratchy to be wearing whilst crystalising sugar over a blazing stove, it was less a case of Hey Nonny Nonny and more Hey Nonny NO
So, along with all the period garb that looked way too heavy and scratchy to be wearing while crystalising sugar over a blazing stove, it was less a case of Hey Nonny Nonny and more Hey Nonny NO
Is folk music involved -- will it be all hey nonny nonnying?
Nonny de la Pena debuts VR film "Hunger in Los Angeles" at the Sundance Film Festival with technology help from intern Palmer Luckey.
This part of the poem is set as the second song ("Hey Nonny No") in Tom Cipullo's song cycle, America 1968.