Bonnie, Boonie or Bonny is (usually) a feminine given name. It comes from the Scottish word "bonnie" meaning "pretty, attractive". The name can also be used as a pet form of Bonita. Bonnie may refer to:

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Chain (Bonnie Pink Album) - Track Listing
... "Chain" Bonnie Pink Bonnie Pink Keiichi Tomita 447 2 ... "Chain ~The Birth Cry~" Bonnie Pink Bonnie Pink Bonnie Pink 438 6 ... The Christmas Song" Mel Tormé, Bob Wells Mel Tormé, Bob Wells Kazumi Watanabe 358 Bonnie Pink Studio albums Blue Jam Heaven's Kitchen Evil Flowers Let Go Just a Girl ...
Bonnie's Kitchen 2
... Bonnie's Kitchen 2 is Bonnie Pink's second greatest hits album released under the Pony Canyon label on January 19, 2000 ...
Love Is Bubble - Oricon Sales Chart
... Chart Peak Position Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 28 Bonnie Pink Studio albums Blue Jam Heaven's Kitchen Evil Flowers Let Go Just a Girl Present Even So Golden Tears Thinking Out Loud One Dear Diary ...
Bonnie - Fictional Characters
... Bonnie Swanson, from the animated series Family Guy Bonnie, in Toy Story 3 Bonnie Bennett or McCullough, from the novel series The Vampire Diaries Bonnie Brown, a character from the Berenstain ...
Let Go (Bonnie Pink Album)
... "Let Go" was Bonnie Pink's fourth studio album released under the East West Japan label on April 5, 2000 ... recorded in Hollywood, California, and produced by Bonnie Pink and Mitchell Froom ...

Famous quotes containing the word bonnie:

    The trumpets sound, the banners fly,
    The glittering spears are ranked ready;
    The shouts o’ war are heard afar,
    The battle closes thick and bloody;
    But it’s no the roar o’ sea or shore
    Wad mak me langer wish to tarry;
    Nor shout o’ war that’s heard afar,
    Its leaving thee, my bonnie Mary.
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    Ye banks and braes o’ bonnie Doon,
    How can ye bloom sae fresh and fair?
    How can ye chant, ye little birds,
    And I sae weary fu’ o’ care?
    Thou’lt break my heart, thou warbling bird,
    That wantons thro’ the flowering thorn:
    Thou minds me o’ departed joys,
    Departed never to return.
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    Wee image of my bonnie Betty,
    I fatherly will kiss and daut thee,
    As dear an’ near my heart I set thee
    Wi’ as guid will,
    As a’ the priests had seen me get thee
    That’s out o’ hell.
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)