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Hanky Panky - Wikipedia

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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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Hanky-panky - the meaning and origin of this saying.

Hankypanky | Definition of Hankypanky by Merriam-Webster

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Define hankypanky: sexual activity. ... Origin and Etymology of hankypanky. origin unknown ... HANKYPANKY Defined for English Language Learners ...

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  ...

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 of 'hanky-panky'. C19: variant of hocus- pocus ...

How is the phrase hanky panky related to the transubstantiation of ...

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A: The etymology of hanky panky is controversial, but it may go back to hoc est enim corpus meum - a phrase meaning "this is my body", used in the Roman ...

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Sep 30, 2016 ... Let us try and understand the origin of words and phrases in the article ... The panky was added as a rhyme and together the term hanky-panky ...

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 ...

The virtual linguist: Rumpy-pumpy - Typepad

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Nov 19, 2009 ... Rumpy-pumpy comes from the word rump ie bottom or hind-quarters. ... The words rumpy-pumpy and hanky-panky are examples of a linguistic ...

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Hanky-panky | Define Hanky-panky at Dictionary.com

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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").

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.