Definition of dunny in English:

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noun (plural dunnies)

1Scottish An underground passage or cellar, especially in a tenement.
2Australian/NZ informal A toilet.

Origin

early 19th century (in the sense 'dung'): from dialect dunnekin 'privy', probably from dung + archaic slang ken 'house'. sense 1 is perhaps a different word.

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