Ronnie or Ron·ni, Ron·ny [ron-ee] Examples noun

  1. a male or female given name, form of Ronald or Veronica.

Examples from the Web for ronnie Contemporary Examples of ronnie

  • David Bowie, Ronnie Wood, and Marianne Faithfull were regulars at the Rainbow Room, a restaurant on the fifth floor.

    Barbara Hulanicki, Queen of Fast Fashion

    Lizzie Crocker

    October 15, 2014

  • Is your follow-up to Eraserhead, the amazing-sounding Ronnie Rocket, ever going to see the light of day?

    David Lynch on Transcendental Meditation, ‘Twin Peaks,’ and Collaborating With Kanye West

    Marlow Stern

    October 6, 2014

  • Ronnie Scott, fake Morrissey, tells me that he once crossed paths with real Morrissey, long before joining the band.

    This Charming Man: Meet ‘Ronnissey,’ Brooklyn’s Fake Morrissey

    Michael Moynihan

    September 10, 2014

  • “That was a mistake,” Major Ronnie Robinson of the St. Louis Police Department told The Daily Beast.

    An Uneasy Peace Falls on Ferguson after Local Cops Called Off

    Justin Glawe

    August 15, 2014

  • On Tuesday, the SBC voted to elect Arkansas megachurch pastor Ronnie Floyd as its next president.

    Southern Baptists Take Baby Steps Away from the Culture Wars

    Ruth Graham

    June 14, 2014

  • Historical Examples of ronnie

  • She tucked the blankets round him, and said, “Good-night, Ronnie.”

    Sue, A Little Heroine

    L. T. Meade

  • Don’t yer be a bit frightened, Ronnie; we’ll soon be out o’ this.

    Sue, A Little Heroine

    L. T. Meade

  • “But, Ronnie, I can see quite well,” Myra declared delightedly.

    The Mystery of the Green Ray

    William Le Queux

  • “Ronnie is a great trial to me,” said Mrs. Attray plaintively.

    Beasts and Super-Beasts


  • But as to Ronnie, bridge and baccarat and poker-patience are positively all that he thinks about.

    Beasts and Super-Beasts


  • British Dictionary definitions for ronnie ronnie noun

    1. Dublin dialect a moustache

    Word Origin for ronnie C20: from Ronald Colman (1891–1958), debonair moustached British film actor

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