dunno

[duh-noh]
Pronunciation spelling.
don't know: Who did it? I dunno!

Origin:
1835–45

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dunno (dʌˈnəʊ, dʊ-, də-)
 
contraction of
(I) do not know

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Main Entry:  dunno
Part of Speech:  v
Definition:  don't know
Etymology:  1840s
Usage:  casual pronunciation
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Word Origin & History

dunno
colloquial for "(I) don't know," first attested 1842 in Amer.Eng.
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Example sentences
Dunno, but their niche is filled by eg caracaras and medium-sized parrots.
Dunno was celebrant and preached tho funeral sermon.
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