also scottish (fife) slang for "i dont"
I dinnae ken whit ye mean (I dont know what you mean)
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Means Don't this is a correction of the other word in this dictionary who say 'Scottish' people use the word when it is atcually Edinburghians (people from Edinburgh, Scotland) who use this word. It is usually accompanied by 'ken' meaning know also used by Edinburghians not Glaswegian's.
I dinnae ken! Meaning I don't know!
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A name - a phonetic version of Danaë and Dené.

Meanings vary, but include: Shower of gold (Greek), Bright as day (English), People (Athabaskan) and God is my judge or she who judges (Hebrew).

In Greek Mythology, Danaë was the human (mortal) mother of Perseus, the demi-God who slayed Medusa. (Danaë was impregnated by Zeus in a "shower of golden rain.") In current culture, the movie The Clash of the Titans (2010) was loosely based around the myth of Perseus.

In First Nations/Native Americans, referring to any of the Athabaskan-speaking tribes of Alaska and Northern Canada, and their languages, dialects and history.

Dinnae is also a form of Diane, Diana, Dyan, Denay.
"Dinnae is going out for a run now, she can call you later."
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Scottish contraction for 'do not.' Used in both Scottish English and the Scots language. Past tense: didna
Scottish English:

"Dinna touch it!"

Scots:

"I dinna ken him" (I don't know him)
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What Canadians call Mac n Cheese. Comes from that Kraft makes the majority of the Mac n' Cheese products there. Stereotypically Canadians only eat this, and products that can be found at Tim Horton's
In the BNL song if "I had a Million Dollars" they discuss how they were rich would still eat kraft dinna, but eat more and put fancy condiments on it.

Terrance and Philip often talk "aboot" eating kraft dinna.

Canadian 1: What's for dinna, eh?
Canadian 2: Kraft dinna of course!
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