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Additional information Cooney:
Irish Meaning: The name Cooney is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Cooney is: Handsome.
Definition funny of Cooney:
Minnesota term - in noun form usually referring to an inbred ear biter with a snarfing problem. As a verb it describes drooling on one's self and/or attempting to bite one's own ear.
Noun: Man, Jesse's gotta lay off the booze, he's turning into a cooney. Verb: Look at that kid sitting in the corner cooneying... someone tell him he'll never be able to bite his own ear.
a poor/lame joke aka a failed attempt
random convo between mates goin to the footy Q: "so how many tickets am i getting for the footy... il get them tonight" A: a million the above answer would be classified as a cooney
A bar located in Kylertown, Pennsylvania. The bar is packed on Saturday nights with men and women who are usually dressed in camouflage attire. The majority of the people do not have high school diplomas and the women have attitudes like Naomi Campbell, but the looks of a wildebeest. It's always a good time, good food, and good music.
Hey Larry, wanna hit up Cooney's tonight? Ya dude, I haven't got laid in a while. Alright cool, we'll bring some heavy loads back to the camp after.
From the Irish Gaelic Ó Cuana. Cuana may be derived from the word for "handsome", or the given name CUÁN, meaning "little wolf" or "little hound". The Cooney sept originated in County Tyrone in Northern Ireland and spread south and west, and is now principally found in Northern Connaught. The motto for the name Cooney is 'Virtue is the only nobility, and the shield is a silver arrow with the tip pointing to the left above the forward-facing palm and fingers of the right hand on a green field. In various forms, the name dates back to the 12th century. It is first associated with County Tyrone then in the province of Connaught, in the townland of Ballycooney, Loughrea barony, in County Galway, then to County Clare, County Mayo, and Dublin. Alternate spellings are O'Conney, Coony, Coonahan, Coonihan, Coonie, Coonan, Coumey, (Coomey) and Cooihan. Alternate spellings of O'Cuana are Cuana, Coona, O Cuanaic, and O'Cuanaich. Some with the name, Coonifer, Coonihan and Coumey, the latter mainly from County Cork, have been changed into Cooney.
Expression information Cooney:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Cooney:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to lead, organize, supervise, and to achieve status, power and wealth.
Songs about Cooney:
I Won't Turn My Back On You (feat. Andy Cooney, Michael Amante & Daniel Rodriguez) by The New York Tenors from the Album I Won't Turn My Back On You (feat. Andy Cooney, Michael Amante & Daniel Rodriguez) - Single
Danny Boy (With Andy Cooney) by Derek Warfield from the Album Bonnie Blue Flag
The Ballad of Miss Cooney [Explicit] by We Set Signals from the Album Polaris [Explicit]
Barndance: Batt Henry's (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney) by Micheál Ó Heidhin from the Album Ceol Sidhe (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney)
Celia Cooney by Ketman from the Album Ketman A Go Go
Clan March / Double Jig / Slow Air: Limerick's Lamentation (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney) by Micheál Ó Heidhin from the Album Ceol Sidhe (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney)
Clogs: The Tailor's Twist / The Locomotive (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney) by Micheál Ó Heidhin from the Album Ceol Sidhe (feat. Charlie Lennon & Steve Cooney)
Books about Cooney:
Mrs. Cooney is Loony! (My Weird School #7) by Dan Gutman and Jim Paillot (May 31, 2005)
Caroline Cooney's Janie Series Ebook Sampler by Caroline B. Cooney (Oct 23, 2012)
Little Ty Cooney & the Big Yosemite Race by Steven Riley (2003)
playful ethiopians, gorillas, and great white hopes: racism in boxing's heavyweight division from jack johnson... by christopher benedict (May 23, 2014)
The Little Juggler: Adapted from an old French Legend and Illustrated by Barbara Cooney by Barbara Cooney (1961)
Darrow-Kleinhaus, Berman and Cooney's The New York Bar Exam by the Issue (American Casebook Series) by Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, Myra E Berman and John J Cooney (Jan 12, 2012)
Colombia: A Rosen-Cooney Travel Story-No Passports Required: Bogota, the Coffee Zone, Cartagena, and Tayrona National... by Alexandra Rosen (Dec 19, 2012)
Movies about Cooney:
Andy Cooney Live in Concert - Runtime: 1 hr 17 mins
Hunter Seat Equitation with Frank Madden and Bill Cooney 1986 - Runtime: 1 hr
Christian Clavier - PANIQUE AU PLAZA / UNE COMEDIE DE ROY COONEY ADAPTION CHRISTIAN CLAVIER AND JEAN-MARIE POIRE... - Runtime: 2 hrs 10 mins
Wiki information Cooney:
Gerry Cooney is a retired Irish-American professional heavyweight boxer from Huntington, New York. Despite relative inexperience, his exciting wins and size, aided by expert promotion, propelled Cooney into a lucrative bout with world heavyweight...
Raymond George Alfred Cooney, OBE is an English playwright and actor. His biggest success, Run for Your Wife, ran for nine years in London's West End and is its longest-running comedy. He has had 17 of his plays performed there.