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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!"
Participating restaurants include Hey Nonny's, Mago Grill and Cantina, Berry Yo, LaTasca, TTOWA and Tuscan Market and Wine Shop.
Ms Nonny Ugboma, the Executive Secretary of MTN Foundation, was quoted by a statement in Lagos on Tuesday to have made the pledge at a musical concert to commemorate the graduation of MTN Foundation-MUSON Scholars' Programme in Lagos on Monday.
So the Morris men and women are taking up their sticks and hankies to march on parliament shouting "Hey nonny NO!" and demanding a SECOND bank holiday.
Loving mother of Sion, Matt and Nonny, adored mother in law of Marie and Rachael, proud grandmother to all her grandsons, she will be sadly missed by all her brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and many friends.
Branagh's film doesn't let facts get in the way of spinning a melancholic yarn and historical rigour is tossed out of the window with a hey nonny nonny when it comes to casting.
Named Hey Nonny Nonny, this estate is more that what meets the eye.
Known to her grandchildren as "Nonny", she has been described as a loving, funny and intelligent woman - a really bubbly character who was liked by everyone she met.
Is folk music involved -- will it be all hey nonny nonnying?
The tracks are "Fun O'Clock", "Doin' a Little Dance", "You've Only Got One Body", "Road Trip", "Hey Nonny No (The Princess Song)", "'Til a Pig Does a Jig", "My Favorite Sneakers", "Mama Don't Allow", "Flutter By Butterfly", "Wrong Way Joe", "Namaste", "Best Friends", "Don't Say Can't", and "Down on Lemongrass Lane."
Nonny and Penny's father Alfredo-Freddy were born in Italy prior to Grandpa moving his young family to the United States.