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yonnie

/ˈjɒnɪ/
noun
1.
(Austral, childrens slang) a stone
Word Origin
from a native Australian language
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  • yonnie, the Ayrshire bull, tossed his head and sat as the rope tightened on his noseband.

    Blind Man's Lantern Allen Kim Lang
  • I had been dreaming all the time of how much I should have liked to hold that little flaxen-haired "yonnie" in my arms.

    There is no Death Florence Marryatt
  • Accepting fate, yonnie scrambled up and plodded after the wagon.

    Blind Man's Lantern Allen Kim Lang
  • He immediately returned, took up "yonnie," and brought her out into the circle on his arm.

    There is no Death Florence Marryatt

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