Fanny

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Fanny

  1. A diminutive of Frances, also used as a female given name.
    • 1883 Wilkie Collins, Heart and Science, Chatto and Windus, page 227:
      "My name is Frances. Don't call me Fanny!" "Why not?" "Because it's too absurd to be endured! What does the mere sound of Fanny suggest? A flirting dancing creature - plump and fair, and playful and pretty!"

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Danish[edit]

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Fanny

  1. A female given name borrowed from English.

French[edit]

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Fanny

  1. A female given name borrowed from English; also used as a pet form of Stéphanie.

German[edit]

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Fanny

  1. A female given name borrowed from English.

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Fanny

  1. A female given name borrowed from English.