What does Bunny mean?

Definitions for Bunny
ˈbʌn iBun·ny

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. bunny, bunny girlnoun

    a young waitress in a nightclub whose costume includes the tail and ears of a rabbit

  2. bunny, bunny rabbitnoun

    (usually informal) especially a young rabbit

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bunnynoun

    a great collection of ore without any vein coming into it or going out from it

  2. Bunnynoun

    a pet name for a rabbit or a squirrel

Freebase

  1. Bunny

    Bunny is a daily webcomic by Lem, the pseudonym of a Welsh artist named Huw Davies. Launched in August 2004, Bunny follows the gag-a-day formula, with no true plotline. The subject matter of Bunny varies widely, but usually portrays the pink bunny protagonist's uncomplicated take on a given situation. Starting with Strip #862 on 2007-03-31 the comic changed from its long rectangular format to a taller and narrower horizontal rectangular format. The shape of the panels currently vary. In February 2007 Bunny was placed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license. Starting on 2007-12-24 with strip #1067, tooltip became a part of most comics.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Bunny

    bun′i, n. a pet name for a rabbit. [Ety. unknown; prob. conn. with Gael. bun, a root.]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bunny in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bunny in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of Bunny in a Sentence

  1. Jessy Gregg:

    East Lansing families received a letter from the school district recently regarding the district's decision to stop using school time for Halloween and Valentine's Day. A mention of me in the City Pulse article on the subject has led some people to believe that the City is planning to [do] something similar so I would like to clear that up, i have mentioned to several staff members that I think our seasonal programs would be more welcoming if we didn't include things like pictures with Santa or the Easter Bunny. Yes, Christmas and Easter have become mainstream commercial holidays but they are religious traditions and including them in City sponsored programs makes those events unwelcoming to large segments of our population. We can host a beautiful winter themed festival without including religion.

  2. Anna Harrington:

    I'm' comfort shopping' the way that others' comfort eat,' i'm saving and spending the same amounts as before -- I'm lucky that my job is secure. But this past summer, I bought the oddest things I never would have normally bought -- a sunrise alarm clock, pink fuzzy bunny slippers, the entire Buffy the Vampire CD collection, and vintage furniture from the 1970s.

  3. Carrie Pitzulo:

    All they're left with at this point is women walking around in bunny costumes : the sexist, objective part, they're not a leader in politics like they were in the 60s. The culture has evolved beyond that.

  4. Sara Parris:

    So, I went to hand him his [stuffed animal] Boo and I noticed that he didnt use his dominate arm to grab it, he reached over to grab his bunny and then again, I knew something else wasnt right.

  5. John Oliver:

    [Vice President Pence], clearly, to put it in the nicest possible terms, is not a friend of the LGBTQ community, so we, on top of that, have released our own book about his bunny where his bunny falls in love with another male bunny and gets married, because that’s the world that we want to live in.

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