[duhn-ee] /ˈdʌn i/
noun, plural dunnies. Australian Slang.
an outside privy; outhouse.
noun (pl) -nies
(Scot, dialect) a cellar or basement
(dialect) another word for dunnakin
(Austral & NZ, informal)
/dəˈnuːn/ noun 1. a town and resort in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute, on the Firth of Clyde. Pop: 8251 (2001)
[duhn-sey-nee] /dʌnˈseɪ ni/ noun 1. Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett [mawr-tn draks pluhng-ket,, -kit,, mohr-] /ˈmɔr tn dræks ˈplʌŋ kɛt,, -kɪt,, ˈmoʊr-/ (Show IPA), 18th Baron (“Lord Dunsany”) 1878–1957, Irish dramatist, poet, and essayist. /dʌnˈseɪnɪ/ noun 1. 18th Baron, title of Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett. 1878–1957, Irish dramatist and short-story writer
[duhn-suh-neyn, duhn-suh-neyn] /ˈdʌn səˌneɪn, ˌdʌn səˈneɪn/ noun 1. a hill NE of Perth, in central Scotland: a ruined fort on its summit is traditionally called Macbeth’s Castle. 1012 feet (308 meters). /dʌnˈsɪnən/ noun 1. a hill in central Scotland, in the Sidlaw Hills: the ruined fort at its summit is regarded as Macbeth’s castle. Height: […]
- Duns Scotus
[duhnz skoh-tuh s] /dʌnz ˈskoʊ təs/ noun 1. John (“Doctor Subtilis”) 1265?–1308, Scottish scholastic theologian. /ˈdʌnz ˈskɒtəs/ noun 1. John. ?1265–1308, Scottish scholastic theologian and Franciscan priest: opposed the theology of St Thomas Aquinas See also Scotism