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Sonny vs. Sunny

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Sonnynoun

a familiar form of address for a boy

Sunnyadjective

(of weather or a day) Featuring a lot of sunshine.

‘Whilst it may be sunny today, the weather forecast is predicting rain.’;

Sonnynoun

form of address to a boy or man, to express contempt, warning etc.

Sunnyadjective

(of a place) Receiving a lot of sunshine.

‘the sunny side of a hill’; ‘I would describe Spain as sunny, but it's nothing in comparison to the Sahara.’;

Sonnynoun

a male child (a familiar term of address to a boy)

Sunnyadjective

Cheerful.

‘a sunny disposition’;

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Sonny

Sonny is a common nickname and occasional given name. It can be a derivative of the English word , a name derived from the Ancient Germanic element *sunn meaning , a nickname derived from the Italian given name Salvatore (especially in North America, amongst Italian Americans), or the Slavic male name Slavon meaning .

‘Son’; ‘sun’; ‘famous, glorious’;

Sunnyadjective

Of or relating to the sun; proceeding from, or resembling the sun; brilliant; radiant.

Sunnyadverb

sunny side up

Sunnynoun

A sunfish.

Sunnyadjective

Of or pertaining to the sun; proceeding from, or resembling the sun; hence, shining; bright; brilliant; radiant.

Sunnyadjective

Exposed to the rays of the sun; brightened or warmed by the direct rays of the sun; as, a sunny room; the sunny side of a hill.

‘Her blooming mountains and her sunny shores.’;

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Sunnyadjective

Cheerful; genial; as, a sunny disposition.

‘My decayed fairA sunny look of his would soon repair.’;

Sunnynoun

See Sunfish (b).

Sunnyadjective

abounding with sunlight;

‘a bright sunny day’; ‘one shining norming’; ‘when it is warm and shiny’;

Sunnyadjective

bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer;

‘a cheery hello’; ‘a gay sunny room’; ‘a sunny smile’;

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