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A nickname for Confederate soldiers, used by the Federal soldiers in the American Civil War (1861-1865)
A jack (the playing card)
A diminutive of the male given name John
A gown with a back opening closed with snaps or ties, worn by hospital patients

Synonyms: hospital gown; patient gown.

A condom
An inexperienced new worker, usually an immigrant

Willie Cox said they found him in the barn, shot bang through the head, and the young English johnny who'd been on the station learning farming - disappeared. - Millie, 1913 short story by Katherine Mansfield.

{i} male first name (form of John or Jonathan)
Appleseed Johnny Bench Johnny Lee Carson Johnny Cash Johnny Hodges Johnny Mercer Johnny Unitas Johnny Weissmuller Johnny
diminutive of John
fellow, guy; a short-sleeved collarless gown with an opening in the back
a short-sleeved collarless gown that is open in the back and is worn by persons, as hospital patients, undergoing medical examination or treatment
A familiar diminutive of John
`johnny' was applied as a nickname for Confederate soldiers by the Federal soldiers in the American Civil War; `grayback' derived from their gray Confederate uniforms
{i} short hospital gown that ties at the back which patients wear in hospitals; (British Slang) condom; guy, fellow (Slang)
nickname for any youth, man, fellow
A sculpin
said in a mournful tone, expressing loss eg: "we're not allowed into the hall roofspace anymore!""joohhhhhnyyyy!!!!"variation: "this one's for johnny!"term of avengeance
Johnny Canuck
A Canadian soldier
Johnny Canuck
A Canadian
Johnny Canuck
A personification of Canada
Johnny Foreigner
A foreigner

the constant threat of spontaneous outbreaks of singing on Centre Court by pop has-beens and the occasional ungentlemanly antics of Johnny Foreigner.

Johnny Moss
A famous poker player and gambler
Johnny Moss
An ace and a ten as starting cards in Texas hold 'em
Johnny Reb
A Confederate soldier in the American Civil War

When Lincoln heard the news about the fall,All the folks thought he'd throw a great vict'ry ball,But he asked the band to play the song DixieFor you, Johnny Reb, and all that you believe.

Johnny-come-lately
A newcomer; a novice; an upstart

She might take offense if some Johnny-come-lately thinks he can do a better job.

Johnny-jump-up
One of several violets in the Viola family
Johnny-one-note
An opinion or viewpoint on a single subject or a few particular subjects which is frequently expressed by a person or organization
Johnny-one-note
A person (or organization) who often expresses a strong opinion or viewpoint on a single subject or a few particular subjects
johnny cake
corn bread
johnny house
A privy, a pit toilet enclosed within a simple shelter, in North America traditionally made of wood. Usually it is an outbuilding to a habitable structure. Also called john and outhouse
johnny miller
Newfoundland term for a common moth. Often simply referred to as "millers"
johnny millers
plural form of johnny miller
Johnny Appleseed
the nickname of John Chapman (1774-1845), who walked around the eastern US planting apple trees and encouraging other people to plant them. orig. John Chapman born Sept. 26, 1774, Leominster, Mass. died March 18?, 1845, near Ft. Wayne, Ind., U.S. U.S. pioneer and folk hero. He was trained as a nurseryman and began 1800 collecting apple seeds from cider presses in Pennsylvania. He then traveled west to the Ohio River valley, planting apple seeds along the way. He tended 1,200 acres of his own orchards and was responsible for hundreds of square miles of others, having sold or given away thousands of apple seedlings to pioneers. His kind and generous nature, devout spirituality, affinity for the Indians and the wilderness, and eccentric appearance (including bare feet, a coffee-sack shirt, and a mush pan for a hat) helped make him a figure of legend
Johnny Appleseed
(1774-1845, born John Chapman) legendary pioneer who traveled through the American wilderness and planted apple orchards (famous for his peaceful character and simple lifestyle)
Johnny Bench
born December 7, 1947, Oklahoma City, Okla., U.S. U.S. baseball player. Bench joined the Cincinnati Reds in 1967. During his 17 seasons catching for them (1967-83), he helped lead the team (with Pete Rose and Joe Morgan) to four National League pennants (1970, 1972, 1975, 1976) and two World Series victories (1975, 1976). Batting right-handed, he led the National League in runs batted in three times (1970, 1972, 1974) and twice in home runs (1970, 1972). He is regarded as one of the greatest defensive catchers ever to play the game
Johnny Carson
in full John William Carson born Oct. 23, 1925, Corning, Iowa, U.S. U.S. television personality. He worked as a radio announcer and television comedy writer before hosting several television quiz shows (1955-62). As the long-standing host of The Tonight Show (1962-92), he was noted for his wry monologues, comedy sketches, and genial banter, and the program became a staple for a large and faithful late-night audience
Johnny Carson
{i} Johnny Carson (1925-2005), U.S. comedian and TV host
Johnny Cash
orig. J.R. Cash born Feb. 26, 1932, Kingsland, Ark., U.S. died Sept. 12, 2003, Nashville, Tenn. U.S. singer and songwriter. He learned guitar and began writing songs during military service in the early 1950s. Settling in Memphis, he earned regular appearances on Louisiana Hayride and the Grand Ole Opry with hits such as "Hey, Porter," "Folsom Prison Blues," and "I Walk the Line." By 1957 Cash was acknowledged the top country music artist. His popularity waned for a time because of health and drug addiction problems, but his album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (1968) led to his rediscovery by a wider audience. In 1968 he married June Carter of the Carter Family, with whom he had worked since 1961. In 1994 he released American Recordings, which was a critical and popular success and won him a new generation of fans. His later albums include American IV: The Man Comes Around (2002). Cash was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. His autobiographies Man in Black and Cash (cowritten with Patrick Carr) were published in 1975 and 1997, respectively
Johnny Depp
(born 1963) United States film and television actor who acted in "Edward Scissorhands
Johnny Hodges
orig. John Cornelius Hodges born July 25, 1906, Cambridge, Mass., U.S. died May 11, 1970, New York, N.Y. U.S. saxophonist, one of the greatest alto-saxophone stylists in jazz. "Rabbit" Hodges was encouraged and influenced by Sidney Bechet in the mid-1920s. He joined Duke Ellington's band in 1928 and quickly became its most prominent soloist. Except for a period when he led his own small group (1951-55), Hodges would remain with Ellington for the rest of his career. His peerless, soulful tone and rhythmic poise made him a master interpreter of both ballads and blues, and Ellington and Billy Strayhorn composed many pieces expressly for him
Johnny Lee Bench
born December 7, 1947, Oklahoma City, Okla., U.S. U.S. baseball player. Bench joined the Cincinnati Reds in 1967. During his 17 seasons catching for them (1967-83), he helped lead the team (with Pete Rose and Joe Morgan) to four National League pennants (1970, 1972, 1975, 1976) and two World Series victories (1975, 1976). Batting right-handed, he led the National League in runs batted in three times (1970, 1972, 1974) and twice in home runs (1970, 1972). He is regarded as one of the greatest defensive catchers ever to play the game
Johnny Mercer
orig. John Herndon Mercer born Nov. 18, 1909, Savannah, Ga., U.S. died June 25, 1976, Bel Air, Calif. U.S. songwriter. After moving to New York City in the late 1920s, Mercer began to write lyrics while supporting himself as an actor. He later joined Paul Whiteman's orchestra as singer and master of ceremonies. In 1939 he joined Benny Goodman's Camel Caravan radio show. In 1942 Mercer cofounded Capitol Records. On Broadway, he collaborated with Harold Arlen on St. Louis Woman (1946) and Saratoga (1959) and also provided lyrics for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Li'l Abner (1956), and Foxy (1964). His songs for films won four Academy Awards. He collaborated with composers such as Hoagy Carmichael, Henry Mancini, Jerome Kern, and Jimmy Van Heusen and is credited with more than 1,000 lyrics, including those for "Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive," "One for My Baby," "Autumn Leaves," and "Moon River
Johnny Reb
{i} nickname given by the Federal soldiers to a confederate soldier in the U.S. Civil War
Johnny Unitas
a US football player who was a famous quarterback for the Baltimore Colts team from 1956 to 1972. He was called "the Golden Arm" because the passes he threw often became touchdowns (=actions that win points) (1933- ). in full John Constantine Unitas born May 7, 1933, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S. died Sept. 11, 2002, Timonium, Md. U.S. football quarterback. After playing for the University of Louisville, he was selected in the NFL draft, though he played semiprofessionally before signing with the Baltimore Colts. From 1956 to 1972, he led the Colts to five league championship games (1958, 1959, 1964, 1968, 1970) and two Super Bowl games (1969, 1971); the Colts won titles in 1958, 1959, and 1971. After one season with the San Diego Chargers (1973), Unitas retired with 22 NFL records to his name. Considered by many to be the league's greatest quarterback, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1979
Johnny Weissmuller
Peter John "Johnny" Weissmuller (1904-1984) United States swimmer who broke 24 world records and starred in several Tarzan movies
Johnny Weissmuller
in full Peter John Weissmuller born June 2, 1904, Freidorf, near Timi oara, Rom. died Jan. 20, 1984, Acapulco, Mex. U.S. freestyle swimmer and actor. He was reared in Chicago, where he attended the University of Chicago and developed into a champion swimmer. He won five Olympic gold medals (three in 1924, two in 1928) and set 67 world records. He later became even more famous as an actor, starring as Tarzan of the Apes in 12 films (1932-48) and later creating the role of the comic-book character Jungle Jim for film and television
Johnny come lately
{i} new person on the social scene, one who is new to the area, one who has just recently come to town
johnny cake
{i} cornbread cooked on a griddle (New England, USA)
johnny jump up
{i} European pansy (plant of the violet family) with multi-colored flowers
johnny raw
rookie, soldier who has just recently enlisted; adult apprentice in the shipping trade
jingling johnny
percussion instrument comprised of small bells or clangs which are hung in a row to a piece of wood or metal (often crescent-shaped); one who shears with hand shears (Australian Slang)
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    [ 'jä-nE ] (noun.) 1673. from the name Johnny.

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