(also tunny fish)
noun(plural same or tunnies) chiefly British
1.1Tuna as food.
- When the tunny have been fried add a teaspoonful of chopped parsley and four tomatoes, peeled and the seeds removed, and a pinch of pepper.
- Put the spaghetti into the saucepan and move them about with a fork and spoon until they are thoroughly mixed with the sauce and the tunny.
- After this masterpiece with its tunny fish salads and 'steak risotto' gets knocked down he'll be in Scotland, 'for the melancholia'.
Mid 16th century: from French thon, via Latin from Greek thunnos.
Words that rhyme with tunnybunny, dunny, funny, gunny, honey, money, runny, sonny, sunny
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