whatnot

[ hwuht-not, hwot-, wuht-, wot- ]
/ ˈʰwʌtˌnɒt, ˈʰwɒt-, ˈwʌt-, ˈwɒt- /

noun

a stand with shelves for bric-a-brac, books, etc.
something or anything of the same or similar kind: sheets, pillowcases, towels, napkins, and whatnot.

Origin of whatnot

First recorded in 1530–40; from the phrase what not?
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whatnot

/ (ˈwɒtˌnɒt) /

noun

Also called: what-d'you-call-it informal a person or thing the name of which is unknown, temporarily forgotten, or deliberately overlooked
informal unspecified assorted material
a portable stand with shelves, used for displaying ornaments, etc
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