'Pennying' or also known as 'The Penny Game' is a simple British drinking game, traditionally played during formal dinners (Formal Hall) at Cambridge University. One person throws a penny into another's pint (or other alcoholic beverage) and that person has to down the drink in order to "stop the Queen from drowning". (As the Queen's face is depicted on 1p coins).
"Did you know they banned Pennying in Formal Hall?"

"Yeah! Dirk got so pissed he had to go to hospital!"
by AquamarineCara May 15, 2017
One of the most beautiful and perfect girl in the world. She's beautiful, lucky and everyone wants to be with her. She's gorgeous on the inside and outside and all of the guys go nuts when they see her.
"Look! it's Penny! I hope that she'll notice me"
by Luckgirl768 August 6, 2018
A beautiful woman that can be shy, but only to those she like. She can get angry and defensive at times, but is kind - hearted when you get right down to it. Extremely strong, fast, and can be untraceable once you take your eyes off her, if you even can. She likes to be alone, unless with the one she's with, because then, she will never let go.
"Hey Penny, what do you think-- where'd she go?"
by TheMeteorBoy April 4, 2018
A girl whom is defined as being the most amazing in the world.
by jldbeck1 February 28, 2009
Shy until you get to know her then she is CRAZZZYYY! Everyone loves her because she is sweet and is always there to help with any problems you have. She is extremely pretty and all the guys want to go out with her. Shes witty and some what popular at school. She starts out weird but in the end her true self shines. Has a crush on a guy who doesnt like her back but will still dream.
by AmandaBanana101 July 7, 2011
From the Greek root Penelope, (meaning Weaver)from "pene". Mythology: Penelope, wife of Odysseus, fended off suitors by weaving during the day and unraveling at night a tapestry she said had to be completed before she would wed another husband. The name has come to signify a loyal, capable, and clever woman. The name is also possibly derived from the Greek name "penelops" for a kind of duck that was said to have rescued and nurtured Penelope when she was exposed to die as an infant.
Penelope has 8 variant forms: Pen, Penelopa, Penina, Penna, Pennelope, Penney, Pennie and Penny.
by name researcher October 23, 2008