Danny

[dan-ee]
noun
a male given name, form of Daniel.
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danny or donny (ˈdænɪ)
 
n , pl -nies
dialect the hand (used esp when addressing children)
 
[probably from dandy, childish pronunciation of hand]
 
donny or donny
 
n
 
[probably from dandy, childish pronunciation of hand]

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Danny
familiar form of proper name Daniel.
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The hotel displays increasingly horrible, phantasmagoric images to danny.
A sketch where this is very prominent is danny husk is kidnapped.
At some point, he met and befriended fellow martial artist danny rand.
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