[hang-kee-pang-kee] /ˈhæŋ kiˈpæŋ ki/
unethical behavior; deceit:
When the bank teller bought an expensive car and house, they suspected there might be some hanky-panky going on.
illicit sexual relations.
dubious or suspicious behaviour
foolish behaviour or talk
illicit sexual relations
also hanky panky, 1841, “trickery,” British slang, possibly a variant of hoky-poky “deception, fraud,” altered from hocus-pocus.
Anything dishonest, deceptive, or unethical; esp, in recent use, sexual infidelity; monkey business: She seems just to be along for some hanky-panky with her pal, General Von Griem/ can be an assurance against clandestine wrongdoing and political hanky-panky (1841+)
[han-uh] /ˈhæn ə/ noun 1. the mother of Samuel. I Sam. 1:20. 2. a female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “grace.”. /ˈhænə/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the woman who gave birth to Samuel (I Samuel 1–2) fem. proper name, biblical mother of the prophet Samuel, from Hebrew, literally “graciousness,” from stem of hanan […]
[han-uh] /ˈhæn ə/ noun 1. Marcus Alonzo (“Mark”) 1837–1904, U.S. merchant and politician: senator 1897–1904. /ˈhænə/ noun 1. William. 1910–2001, US animator and film producer who with Joseph Barbera (1911–2006) created the cartoon characters Tom and Jerry in the 1940s; the Hanna–Barbera company later produced numerous cartoon series for television.
- Hannah more
[mawr, mohr] /mɔr, moʊr/ noun 1. Hannah, 1745–1833, English writer on religious subjects. 2. Paul Elmer, 1864–1937, U.S. essayist, critic, and editor. 3. Sir Thomas, 1478–1535, English humanist, statesman, and author: canonized in 1935. /mɔː/ determiner 1. 2. 3. more of, to a greater extent or degree: we see more of Sue these days, more […]
[han-uh-buh l] /ˈhæn ə bəl/ noun 1. 247–183 b.c, Carthaginian general who crossed the Alps and invaded Italy (son of Hamilcar Barca). 2. a port in NE Missouri, on the Mississippi: Mark Twain’s boyhood home. /ˈhænɪbəl/ noun 1. 247–182 bc, Carthaginian general; son of Hamilcar Barca. He commanded the Carthaginian army in the Second Punic […]