Definition of Gynneys

1. gynney [n] - See also: gynney



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gynneys

gynecophobia
gynecophoric canal
gyneocracies
gyneocracy
gyneolatry
gynephobia
gynes
gyniatrics
gyniatries
gyniatry
gynie
gynies
gynney
gynneys (current term)
gynnies
gynny
gyno
gyno-
gynobase
gynobases
gynobasic
gynocardia oil
gynocentric
gynocentrism
gynocracy
gynoecia
gynoecium

Literary usage of Gynneys

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1. The Reports of that Reverend and Learned Judge, Sir Henry Hobart, Knight and by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, John Mason Williams, Henry Hobart (1829)
"Note, here is a trial without a visne, if the jury were Vim. from Saint gynneys ; and if it were de corpore com. it was not good, for that is not to be ..."

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