The Collaborative International Dictionary
Conny \Con"ny\, a. [[root]45. Cf. Canny, Gunning.]
Brave; fine; canny. [Prov. Eng.]
a. (context UK dialect English) brave; fine; canny
Usage examples of "conny".
Conde, which, however, upon Anglo-Saxon tongues, had been promptly modified to Condy, or even, among his familiar and intimate friends, to Conny.
Then Conny returned with a laden tray, and Justine felt some sense of equilibrium returning.