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sonny

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsonnyson‧ny /ˈsʌni/ noun old-fashioned spoken  CHILDMANused when speaking to a boy or young man who is much younger than you Now you listen to me, sonny.
Examples from the Corpus
sonnyCome on, sonny, it's worth that.I think we can afford it more than you, sonny.
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