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Hanky Panky may refer to: In music: Hanky Panky the group's 1966 debut album; Hanky Panky ... See also[edit]. Hokkani boro or hakk'ni panki, a Romany expression meaning "great trick"...

Hanky-panky - meaning and origin. - The Phrase Finder

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Hankypanky | Definition of Hankypanky by Merriam-Webster

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Define hankypanky: sexual activity. ... See hankypanky defined for English- language learners. See hankypanky ... Origin and Etymology of hankypanky.

hanky-panky (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary

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The Online Etymology Dictionary ... also hanky panky, 1841, "trickery," British slang, possibly a variant of hoky-poky "deception, fraud," altered from hocus- pocus.

Urban Dictionary: hanky panky

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Random Word. Trending Now ... See hankey pankey for origins. There was hanky panky going on under the table during our meeting. by Downstrike June 08, ...

hanky-panky | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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hanky-panky | dubious or suspicious behaviour | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations. ... Word Origin ... Word usage trends for “hanky-panky”.

hanky-panky - definition of hanky-panky in English | Oxford ...

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'there's no hanky-panky involved, no dating of customers' ... Word of the Day. donnée. noun ... We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.

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Feb 17, 2002 ... Here find loads of books for sale on etymology and related topics. ... Hanky panky meant the same thing when it made its appearance at about ...

hanky-panky Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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abhorrent · amoral · anomie · be rotten to the core idiom · canker · darkly · dastardly · evildoer · go to the bad idiom · godless · heinous · impure · indecency  ...

Expressions & Sayings (H)

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Hanky-panky - mild trickery; something improper; minor sexual impropriety .... The phrase, of Scottish origin, goes back to around the turn of the 20th century and ...

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Hanky-panky definition, unethical behavior; deceit: When the bank teller bought an expensive car and house, ... Examples; Word Origin ... Origin of hanky-panky

hanky-panky - Wiktionary

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Etymology[edit]. Possibly a corruption of the Romani expression hakk'ni panki (" great trick", "big con" and hence "shady dealings").

Origin and why we say Hanky-Panky - Quotes

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But this is a rather strange phrase, so what is the origin of hanky panky then... surely it is hard to trace, perhaps even untraceable, and just one of those strange  ...