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Correct spelling: penny

Definition of penny:

  1. Pennies or Pence, the former to denote the number of coins, the latter the amount of pennies in value.
  2. A copper coin, the twelfth part of a shilling; a small sum; money; a denarius.

Common misspellings for penny:


Penny \p(en)-ny\

Penny as a girl's name is pronounced PEN-nee. It is of English origin. Short form of Penelope (Greek) "weaver" also used as an independent name mostly in the 20th century.
peony, benny, Penna.
Penee, Pennie, Penney, Pennee.

Google Ngram Viewer results for penny:

This graph shows how "penny" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for penny:

  1. Upon this, poor Dick said he had nothing but a cat, which he bought for a penny that was given him. –  by
  2. Here's one for you, master, to help your dear penny worth, and I'll send the other to my mother to see whether she be dead or alive, for she's always angry I don't write to her. –  by
  3. And the desire on the part of the public for their possession is now so great that about sixty times their original price is readily given- that is, what originally was sold for one penny now frequently fetches five shillings, and sometimes more. –  by

Quotes for penny:

  1. I'm sort of in for a penny, in for a pound with Star Trek, It's my life at this point. To deny it would just be foolish.
  2. I've never had a penny through oil deals and no one has produced a shred of evidence that I have.
  3. Obviously, there has to be a profound change in direction. Otherwise, interest on the national debt will start eating up virtually every penny that we have.
  4. Well, first of all, I'm worth every penny.
  5. I started this foundation when I was diagnosed. It was established for one reason, and that was to try to find a cure for MS. Every penny, 100% of the public donations that come into this are given back out in the form of grants to colleges and researchers around the world.