Pronunciation Noun

hinny (plural hinnies)

  1. The hybrid offspring of a stallion (male horse) and a she-ass (female donkey).
Translations Verb

hinny (hinnies, present participle hinnying; past and past participle hinnied)

  1. To whinny

hinny (plural hinnies)

  1. (Geordie) A term of endearment usually for women.

Proper noun
  1. (fandom slang) The ship of characters Harry Potter (character) and Ginny Weasley of the Harry Potter.
    • 2014, Zakia Jeewa, "Social Network Fandoms & Online Role-Playing: Harry Potter and The Vampire Diaries Fans on Twitter", thesis submitted to the University of KwaZulu-Natal, page 99 ↗:
      Below are two images of fan art which represents the Hinny ship.
    • 2015, Rebecca Fartharly, "What are your favourite fictional ships?", inQuire (University of Kent), 13 February 2015, page 10 ↗:
      On the other hand, one of the ships I hate is Hinny, a.k.a. Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley.
    • 2017, Andrew, "Romance in HP: Hinny", HPReadathon, Issue 2, February 2017, page 2 ↗:
      And that's my not at all biased take on why Hinny are the perfect couple.
  • H/G

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