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っての is not short for というのか but short for というの or といっているの. ("っての?" can still be a question with a rising intonation.) The first ての (=というの) is used to seeking clarification. The second ての is just "I say", and it's a way of emphasizing something with an irritated overtone. Related: Meaning of ってのも/というのも How would one parse "金ってのは金のある[…]...


This ~でねえ is a contraction of ~でない, which is an old-fashioned negative imperative expression. ない changed to ねえ (/ai/-to-/ee/ contraction). 何も言うでない ! meaning and origin What is じゃねぇか? What is its original form? Both ~でない and ~でねえ are used as part of stereotypical old-fashioned speech, but their typical users are quite different. ~でない is used by pompous ...


あわてなさんな ≂ あわてるな "No hurry" "Don't panic" なさんな is a contracted pronunciation of なさるな. なさるな consists of: literary honorific 「なさる」 + negative imperative final particle 「な」.

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