Definition of Dinnle

1. to shake [v DINNLED, DINNLING, DINNLES] - See also: shake



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinnle

dinnered
dinnerhour
dinnering
dinnerless
dinnerlike
dinnerly
dinnerplate
dinnerplates
dinners
dinnertime
dinnertimes
dinnerware
dinnerwares
dinnerwear
dinning
dinnle (current term)
dinnled
dinnles
dinnling
dino
dinocarid
dinocarids
dinocephalian
dinocephalians
dinoceras
dinoceratan
dinoceratans
dinocerate
dinocyst
dinocysts

Literary usage of Dinnle

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1. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"Also to surpass in argument or otherwise. ' He'll ding 'em fairly,' outdo them thoroughly. Dingle, a cleft or narrow valley between two hills. dinnle. ..."

2. A Glossary of the Cleveland Dialect: Explanatory, Derivative, and Critical by John Christopher Atkinson (1868)
"The word is used metaphorically in Lowland Scotch:—' Ane aye thinks at the first dinnle of the sentence that they have heart eneugh to dee rather than bide ..."

3. Lakeland Words: A Collection of Dialect Words and Phrases, as Used in by B. Kirkby (1898)
"dinnle—Hit yer elbow ower a throo, an' it'll dinnle reet oot at iv'ry finger end. Noo that's o. DIRL—Nip aboot in an active manner. ..."

4. The Psalms: Frae Hebrew Intil Scottis by Peter Hately Waddell (1882)
"3 Gie him laud wi' the tout o' the horn; *gie him laud wi' the brod an' the harp! 4 Gie him laud wi' the drum an' the ¡dinnle; gie him laud wi' the ..."

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