Manny vs Manky - What's the difference?

manny | manky |

As a proper noun manny

is .

As an adjective manky is

(british|scotland|ireland|slang) unpleasantly dirty and disgusting.




  • (informal) A male nanny (for children).
  • *2006 [Perry Taylor] has popped up in supermarket tabloids as the male nanny – or "manny" – for Britney Spears, who has a 9-month-old son, Sean Preston and is pregnant. — CBS News, 9 June 2006
  • See also

    * mannie * Mannie * Manny




  • (British, Scotland, Ireland, slang) Unpleasantly dirty and disgusting.
  • * 2005 , Justin Peter Beaney, Kasdeja's Children ,
  • "He don't want those," his father said, holding a bag of apples at the end of an outstretched arm as if they were a danger to his health, "they're all... manky ."
  • * 2010 , Marian Keyes, The Brightest Star in the Sky ,
  • "Speaking of which—" Fionn starts foostering in the pocket of his manky old jacket—"I've probably got something for you."