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A diminutive of the female given names Jane and Jennifer, also used as a formal given name

All this I recollect, but little more, except my mother gave me several beatings for calling my sister Jenny, which I had learnt to do from others who knew her; but when my mother heard them, she was always very angry, and told them that her child had not such a vulgar name; at which many would laugh, and make a point of calling out Jenny to Virginia whenever they passed and saw her at the door.

A Wren (member of the WRNS)
A device for spinning thread from fiber onto multiple spindles (also called spinning jenny)
A female creature of certain kinds, such as wren and donkey
{n} a machine for spinning many threads at once, used in manufactories
Holzer Jenny Lind Jenny spinning jenny
a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer
{i} female first name (short form of Jennifer)
A genoa jib A large jib that overlaps the mast
nickname of Jane Fenton, Swift's sister
{i} spinning-jenny, early form of spinning machine; female of different animals (especially a donkey)
A familiar or pet form of the proper name Jane
This is a term for a female donkey
A machine for spinning a number of threads at once, used in factories
United States architect who designed the first skyscraper in which a metal skeleton was used (1832-1907)
A familiar name of the European wren
female donkey
Jenny Wren
the wren, Troglodytes troglodytes
A female ass (donkey)
Jenny Holzer
born July 29, 1950, Gallipolis, Ohio, U.S. U.S. conceptual artist. She studied at Duke University, the University of Chicago, and the Rhode Island School of Design. In the late 1970s she became involved with conceptual art and with artists known for their "word art," which involved the display of words and text instead of visual images. In the late 1970s she began to display her "truisms," slogans and brief confrontational statements, usually containing political or social critique, that she printed on posters and flyers and posted throughout Manhattan. In the 1980s and '90s she displayed her messages on LED (light-emitting diode) signs, the medium with which she is most associated, in venues such as Times Square. Like most of her oeuvre, these works were meant to confront the viewer and elicit debate or discussion
Jenny Lind
Study with Manuel García (1805-1906) in 1841 averted damage from vocal strain. Her career expanded to Germany, then to Vienna and London, where she created a sensation. Her European fame caught the eye of P.T. Barnum, who arranged a U.S. tour (dubbing her "the Swedish Nightingale") that launched many modern publicity techniques. She left Barnum in 1851 and resumed singing in Europe, though much less frequently. In her later years she lived and taught in England
Jenny Lind
orig. Johanna Maria Lind born Oct. 6, 1820, Stockholm, Swed. died Nov. 2, 1887, Malvern, Worcestershire, Eng. Swedish soprano. She became prima donna at the Royal Opera in Stockholm at age
jenny ass
{i} female donkey
A modern shortened form of the female given name Jennifer
creeping jenny
Another name for field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis, Convolvulaceae)
creeping jenny
A yellow-flowered crawling plant (Lysimachia nummularia, Myrsinaceae) native to Europe, widely planted, also known as moneyworth
spinning jenny
an early spinning machine having multiple spools
silver jenny
silvery mojarra found along sandy shores of the western Atlantic
spinning jenny
an early spinning machine with multiple spindles
spinning jenny
An early form of spinning machine having several spindles. Early multiple-spindle machine for spinning wool or cotton. The hand-powered spinning jenny was patented by James Hargreaves in 1770. The development of the spinning wheel into the spinning jenny was a significant factor in the industrialization of the textile industry, though its product was inferior to that of R. Arkwright's water frame
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    /ˈʤenē/ /ˈʤɛniː/


    [ 'je-nE ] (noun.) 1600. from the name Jenny.

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