Fanny

Fanny is a female given name, derived from Frances. It may also refer to:

Read more about Fanny:  Plays and Films, In Music, Ships, In Slang, Places, Other Uses

Other articles related to "fanny":

La Cambiale Di Matrimonio - Roles
... Conductor ) Tobias Mill, an English merchant bass Luigi Raffanelli Fanny, his daughter soprano Rosa Morandi Edward Milfort, Fanny's lover tenor Tommaso Ricci Slook, a Canadian merchant bass Nicola De ...
Fanny - Other Uses
... Fanny, a poem by Edgar Allan Poe Fanny the elephant, a former circus elephant that lived in Pawtucket, Rhode Island Fanny's, a restaurant in Evanston ...
List Of Fred's Head Characters - Recurring Characters
... Fanny Cotton Although Fred has been in love with Anette for the longest time, Fanny is Fred's first ever girlfriend ... A new student at Saint Judes, Fanny had a crush on Fred as soon as she laid her eyes on him ... In their first encounter, Fred saved Fanny from the rampaging Claude, the science teacher's pet monkey ...
CSS Fanny
... CSS Fanny was a small propellor-driven steamer used by the Confederate Navy to defend the sounds of northeastern North Carolina ... Fanny is sometimes credited with being the first self-propelled aircraft carrier ...
Lifeline (Iris De Ment Album) - Track Listing
... Got That Old Time Religion in My Heart" (Hurdist Milsap) – 304 "Blessed Assurance" (Fanny Crosby) – 626 "Fill My Way with Love" (George W ... Sebren) – 302 "Hide Thou Me" (Fanny Crosby) – 509 "The Old Gospel Ship" (Traditional) – 310 "Sweet Hour of Prayer" (William W. 253 "He Reached Down" (Iris DeMent) – 412 "Near the Cross" (Fanny Crosby) – 503 "I Never Shall Forget the Day" (G.T ...

Famous quotes containing the word fanny:

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    Ethereal passion: I know it by your laughter!
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)