Pay (money), esp. as a contribution or an unavoidable expense
getting ready to pony up for their children's college education
A horse of a small breed, esp. one whose height at the withers is below 14 hands 2 inches (58 inches)
he had been playing the ponies on the side
A small drinking glass or the drink contained in it
a pony of vodka
A literal translation of a foreign-language text, used illicitly by students; a trot
Twenty-five pounds sterling
a range horse of the western United States
an informal term for a racehorse; "he liked to bet on the ponies"
a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)
shot glass: a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder
A pony is a small horse (Equus ferus caballus) with a specific conformation and temperament. There are many different breeds of ponies. ...
Pony is the debut and only album to date by the English psychedelic rock band Spratleys Japs. Released in 1998 on All My Eye And Betty Martin Music, the album was a side-project of Cardiacs frontman Tim Smith and his then partner Joanne Spratley. ...
The Pony was a dance made popular in the 1960s by the Chubby Checker song "Pony Time". The beat is 1&2, 3&4, etc. In the dance the feet are kept comfortably together, while various arm and hand motions are possible. Movement around the dance floor may occur, but there is no line-of-dance. ...
Pony is an award-winning short film directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly, starring Karyn Dwyer as a dead girl in limbo who uses the last seconds of her life to ease her father's grief. ...
"Pony" is the first single of American R&B singer Ginuwine, released as a single from his first LP, Ginuwine...The Bachelor, in 1996. The song was written by Ginuwine with Swing Mob associates Static Major and Timbaland, who produced the recording. ...
"Pony" is a country song written by Kasey Chambers and produced by Nash Chambers for Kasey Chambers third album Wayward Angel (2004). It was released as the albums third single on January 16, 2005 in Australia as CD single. ...
Any of several small breeds of horse under 14.2 hands; A small serving of an alcoholic beverage; Twenty-five pounds sterling; A serving of 140 millilitres of beer; A translation used as a study aid; loosely, a crib, a cheat-sheet; (from "pony and trap") Crap; rubbish, nonsense; To lead (a ...
(Ponies) A euphemism for calling someone a dick. Shade's rant in All things Azeroth applied it to the Dungeonfinder tool (Tools?).
To see ponies in your dreams, signifies moderate speculations will be rewarded with success.
A full grown horse that is 14.2 hands or under.
Any horse that leads the post parade or accompanies the racehorses to the gate.
Nickname for a number of smaller styles of insulators. These styles include CD 102, CD 106 and others.
Beads made of glass or plastic, typically slightly oval in shape, the shorter dimension being through the hole. Pony beads are larger than seed beads and smaller than crows.
USAF 21st Special Operations Squadron; based at Nakhon / Nhakon Phanom (NKP) Air Base Thailand from Jan 1967, flying HH-53 JOLLY GREEN GIANT transport and gunship helicopters for special operations. See GREEN HORNET.
An athletic shoe brand that was popular in the late 1970's and early 1980's. The rights to the Pony brand went through several changes over the years.
A Pony is a generic term to describe a small style insulator, such as a CD 102. This term was originally used when insulators were first manufactured and is still used by the hobby today.
1. (horse-racing) the sum of 25 dollars. 2. small glass of beer—140 ml.
A pony is a small horse, under 14.2 hands. Ponies do not grow up to be big horses, just as Chihuahuas don’t grow up to be Great Danes!
narrow gullet, flat pitch to the bars, very short tree, designed for children and smaller ponies such as the Shetland and Welsh pony.
n. 1. 25 quid. 2. A revolting drink available at your local pub.