Used throughout New Zealand and a large part of Australia as an all round term for a (tobacco) cigarette.

Despite my most concerted efforts, I have yet to find an acceptable etymology for this word. I can only surmise that it has been lost in the Mists Of Time.
E ta, bro, giz a durrie.
by Tama Boyle February 3, 2007
Get the durrie mug.
In New Zealand and Australia - colloquial slang for a cigarette. Derived from the words 'Dunhill Red' - a popular brand of cigarette in those parts of the world, but widely used to refer to any cigarette - typically a tailor-made cigarette as opposed to a roll-your-own
"Bro, got a durrie?"
by KiwiEtymologist February 1, 2013
Get the durrie mug.
Slang term for cigarettes, commonly heard in Western Sydney
Swing us a durry man.
by Odin_ August 8, 2005
Get the Durry mug.
oi, bob pass me anotha durry.
by aenema August 16, 2003
Get the Durry mug.
(often, 'Durry')

Generic term for a cigarette in the Antipodeas, esp. Australia.
Short for 'Bull Durham' - an old brand of rolling tobacco.

"David Bradley, Australian Journal of Linguistics (1989) suggests that it may be derived from a widely used brand of loose tobacco used for roll-your-owns, Bull Durham, clipped and resuffixed with the most productive suffix for forming new colloquial words in Australian English."

Please will you light my Durrie mate.
by Josh23 March 10, 2008
Get the Durrie mug.
from the old fashioned little white cotton bag of flakey
"Bull Duram" rolling tobacco.
these bludie Bull durries is impossible to roll! ...too bleeding flakey, mate...
by will6iam April 29, 2006
Get the durries mug.