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Definition of Bonnie

Babylon English

female first name
pretty, handsome (Scottish); pleasant, fine (British); healthy
Bonnie Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
See Bonny, a.
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\bon"nie\ (&?;), a. [scot.] see bonny, a.

English Slang Dictionary v1.2
a bonfire
WordNet 2.0

1. very pleasing to the eye; "my bonny lass"; "there's a bonny bay beyond"; "a comely face"; "young fair maidens"
(synonym) bonny, comely, fair
(similar) beautiful
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Bonnie, Boonie or Bonny is a given name usually used for females. It comes from the Scottish word "bonnie" meaning "pretty, attractive", which can be applied to both genders. The name can also be used as a pet form of Bonita. Bonnie may refer to:

People (selection)
  • Bonnie Bartlett (born 1929), American actress
  • Bonnie Bedelia (born 1948), American actress
  • Bonnie Bernstein (born 1970), American sportscaster
  • Bonnie Bianco (born 1963), American singer and actress
  • Bonnie Blair (born 1964), retired American speedskater
  • Bonnie Bramlett (born 1944), American singer and sometime actress
  • Bonnie Crombie (born 1960), Canadian politician, formerly Member of the Canadian Parliament
  • Bonnie Curtis (born 1966), American film producer
  • Bonnie Dasse (born 1959), retired American track and field athlete
  • Bonnie Dobson (born 1940), Canadian folk music songwriter, singer, and guitarist
  • Bonnie Dunbar (born 1949), retired American astronaut
  • Bonnie Franklin (died 2013), American actress
  • Bonnie Fuller (born 1956), Canadian media executive
  • Bonnie Gadusek (born 1963), retired American professional tennis player
  • Bonnie Greer (born 1948), American-British playwright, novelist and critic
  • Bonnie Guitar (born 1923), American Country-Pop Singer
  • Bonnie Hunt (born 1961), American actress
  • Bonnie Koloc (born 1946), American folk music singer-songwriter, actress, and artist
  • Bonnie Langford (born 1964), British actress, dancer and entertainer
  • Bonnie Loo (born 1994, winner of Singaporean singing competition, Campus SuperStar (season 4)
  • Bonnie Lou (born 1924), American rock and roll and country music singer
  • Bonnie Lythgoe, former British dancer, theatre producer and director
  • Bonnie MacBird (born 1951), American actress, playwright, screenwriter and producer
  • Bonnie McFarlane (born 1973), Canadian stand-up comedian and writer
  • Bonnie McKee (born 1984), award-winning American singer, songwriter, and actress
  • Bonnie Mealing (died 2002), Australian freestyle and backstroke swimmer
  • Bonnie Owens (died 2006), American country music singer
  • Bonnie Parker (of Bonnie and Clyde)
  • Bonnie Pink (born 1973), Japanese singer, songwriter, and musician
  • Bonnie Poe (died 1993), American actress
  • Bonnie Pointer (born 1950), American R&B and disco singer (of The Pointer Sisters)
  • Bonnie Raitt (born 1949), American blues singer-songwriter and slide guitar player
  • Bonnie Rideout (born 1962), award winning Scottish fiddler
  • Bonnie Schneider, American television meteorologist and author
  • Bonnie Sherr Klein (born 1941), Canadian feminist filmmaker, author and disability rights activist
  • Bonnie Somerville (born 1974), American actress and singer
  • Bonnie Tyler (born 1951), Welsh singer
  • Bonnie Wright (born 1991), British actress, fashion model, screenwriter, director and producer

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