See also: BONY

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English bony, equivalent to bone +‎ -y.

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bony (comparative bonier, superlative boniest)

  1. resembling, having the appearance or consistence of, or relating to bone; osseous.
  2. full of bones
  3. with little flesh; skinny, thin
  4. having prominent bones

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EtymologyEdit

Unknown. Probably of pre-Roman origin.

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NounEdit

bony m (plural bonys)

  1. bulk, lump, bump

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