dunny

adjective (1)

Definition of dunny 

(Entry 1 of 3)

obsolete

dunny

adjective (2)
dun·ny | \ ˈdəni , ˈdu̇ni \

Definition of dunny (Entry 2 of 3)

dialectal, British

: slow to perceive : dull

dunny

noun
dun·ny | \ ˈdənē , -ni \
plural -es

Definition of dunny (Entry 3 of 3)

Australia

: toilet especially : one outdoors : privy

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History and Etymology for dunny

Adjective (1)

dun entry 1 + -y

Adjective (2)

origin unknown

Noun

alteration of British argot dunnekin, of unknown origin

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