Definition of squinny in English:

squinny

nounsquinnies

  • A person who moans or complains.

    ‘I'm gonna stop being a such a squinny and start being more positive’
    ‘they all seem like a right bunch of squinnies’

verbsquinnies, squinnying, squinnied

[no object]
  • 1Cry; weep.

    ‘I'm getting a piercing later and I've just squinnied over a paper cut’
    1. 1.1Moan or complain.
      ‘every morning Mum manages to find something to squinny about’

Origin

Mid 19th century of unknown origin; use of the term is associated with Hampshire, particularly the city of Portsmouth.

Pronunciation

squinny

/ˈskwɪni/