- an outside privy; outhouse.
Origin of dunny
Examples from the Web for dunny
Historical Examples of dunny
"Oh, I'll win all right," said Mrs. Dunny, smiling around at the audience.One Out of Ten
J. Anthony Ferlaine
"You don't really mean that, Dunny," I said firmly, continuing my dinner.
Dunny lowered his accusing finger and tapped it on the cloth.
Dunny accompanied me in the taxicab, but was less talkative than usual.
Dunny was right, however; the conversation had exhausted me.
- Scot dialect a cellar or basement
- dialect another word for dunnakin
- Australian and NZ informal
- an outside lavatory
- (as modifier)a dunny roll; a dunny seat