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dunny

noun

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dunny sack

  • Nappy, Diaper. Australian origin being Dunny, meaning toilet.

    Last edited on Feb 23 2006. Submitted by Ian M. on Feb 23 2006.

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dunscout

  • Friend, best friend, buddy.
    You know your my dunscout.

    Last edited on Jan 14 2003. Submitted by Kari and Brad from Minoa, NY, USA on Jan 14 2003.

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D-up

verb

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durb

  • To perform oral sex.
    Amy durbed Jason last night.

    Last edited on Jul 17 2002. Submitted by Hailey B. from New York, NY, USA on Jul 17 2002.

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durge

noun

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durry

noun

  • cigarette.
    I'm going out the back for a durry.

    Last edited on Nov 05 2011. Submitted by Daki F. from Sydney, NSW, Australia on May 19 2004.

  • Durry was originally used for hand-rolled cigarette. It is thought to have come from the original brand of loose tobacco, "Bull Durham", the first rolled cigarette tobacco initially marketed in 1860 by James Green of Durham Station, North Carolina. Before this tobacco was either chewed or smoked in a pipe.

    For some time now Durry has been commonly used in Australia to refer to any cigarette, not just rolled ones.

    Last edited on Nov 05 2011. Submitted by Vince McDonall on Nov 05 2011.

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