tuppenny (not comparable)
- (Britain, becoming old-fashioned) Literally, worth tuppence (two pence); of little value or status.
- (Britain, dated, juvenile) (In the children's game of leapfrog) The head. [Perhaps from a tuppenny loaf]
- W.S. Gilbert; The Gondoliers A Lord High Chancellor is a personage of great dignity, who should never, under any circumstances, place himself in the position of being told to tuck in his tuppenny, except by noblemen of his own rank.