What is another word for sonny?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌnɪ] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the word "sonny" that can be used to refer to a young boy or man in an affectionate or endearing way. Some of the common synonyms include "buddy," "pal," "champ," "kiddo," "junior," "laddie," and "youngster." Each of these words has a slightly different connotation or tone, but all can be used to show warmth, familiarity, and affection towards a young male. These types of terms are often used in informal or familial settings, such as between parents and children, grandparents and grandchildren, or close friends. They can help to create a sense of closeness and camaraderie between individuals.

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  • Independent

    • Proper noun, singular
      SONY.
  • Other Related

    • Adjective
      Donny.
    • Proper noun, singular
      son, Donny.
    • Noun, singular or mass
      son.
    • Interjection
      son.
    • Verb, base form
      son.

What are the hypernyms for Sonny?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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Usage examples for Sonny

It was sonny Johnson, the baker's son, and he had a little bundle under his arm.
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine
Are you going to sleep down there, sonny?
"A Prairie Courtship"
Harold Bindloss
Say, sonny, do you want to stuff me with the yarn that you've travelled forty-five miles in less'n thirty-six hours, an' count on doin' the same thing right over agin, which is ninety miles in less'n three days?
"Dick in the Desert"
James Otis

Famous quotes with Sonny

  • “When you get to where I am—” “I’ll never get to where you are. I’ll make better choices.” “Choices! You don’t get choices, you get...situations that you react to—the actual cumulative reacts, with whatever half-ass wiring you’ve got at the time, not some hovering ‘soul.’ You’re a mercury switch—if the spring tilts you to the right degree, you complete a circuit, and if it’s got metal fatigue, it tilts you less, and you don’t. You don’t have free will, sonny.” “Of course I do, of course do, what kind of excuse—” “Bullshit. If—” The older Marrity was panting. “If a scientist could know every last detail of your physiology and life experiences, he could predict with absolute accuracy every ‘choice’ you’d make in any moral quandary.” Quandary! To Marrity the sentence sounded as if it had been prepared ahead of time. Not for talking to me, he thought, this old wretch couldn’t have anticipated talking to me—he must have cooked it up for his own solace. “Laplace’s determinist manifesto,” came another man’s languid voice from the background. “it overlooks Heisenberg’s uncertainty.” “Okay,” said the older Marrity furiously, “then it’s probability and statistics that dictate what we’ll do! But it’s not—” “It’s a sin,” said Marrity, breathing deeply himself. To Daphne he projected a vague cluster of images—hugging her, holding her hand—and he was able to have more confidence in his reassurance now. “Said the fourth domino to the twenty-first!” exclaimed the older Marrity, laughing angrily. “‘Ah, wilt Thou with predestination round / Enmesh me and impute my fall to sin?’”
    Tim Powers

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