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  • noun Plural form of cunny.


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  • They took off all their clothes, and it showed their titties and their cunnies too,

    Men and Woman

  • Part of the crew, forty-one in number, succeeded in reaching Borneo on the 16th of January, in a state of starvation and misery not to be described; the remainder are reported to have landed on the coast of Borneo per long-boat: -- Captain John Page; G.H. W. Gill, chief officer; Alexander Young, second officer; one gunner; five sea-cunnies; two carpenters; twenty-three natives and Lascars; two

    The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido For the Suppression of Piracy

  • The crews are composed of a small proportion of English seamen, a small proportion of Portuguese sea-cunnies, a proportion of Lascars, and a proportion of Hindoo Bombay marines.

    Newton Forster The Merchant Service


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