Bonnie is a Scottish given name for either girls or boys, and is sometimes used as a descriptive reference. It comes from the Scots language word "bonnie" (pretty, attractive), or the French bonne (good). That is in turn derived from the Latin word "bonus" (good). The name can also be used as a pet form of Bonita.

Bonnie
Pronunciation/ˈbɒni/ BON-ee
Gendermale or female
Origin
Word/nameScottish
MeaningPretty, Attractive, Beautiful, Good
Other names
Related namesBonita

CulturalEdit

The Scottish folk song "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean" was covered by The Beatles a year after their formation in 1961, peaking at #5 in a German chart.

Bonnie the orangutan was noted for her musical abilities, namely whistling.

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