Dunno



[duh-noh] /dəˈnoʊ/

Pronunciation Spelling.
1.
don’t know:
Who did it? I dunno!
/dʌˈnəʊ; dʊ-; də-/
contraction
1.
(I) do not know
verb

don’t know
Word Origin

1840s
Usage Note

casual pronunciation
v.

colloquial for “(I) don’t know,” first attested 1842 in American English.

verb

Don’t know •Casual pronunciation of don’t know: dunno where he is (1840s+)

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