a small, deep, wooded valley; dell
Origin of dingleMiddle English dingel, abyss, deep hollow, probably akin to Old English ding, dungeon: ultimately ; from Indo-European base an unverified form dhengh-, to press, cover: see dung
A small wooded valley; a dell.
Origin of dingleMiddle English, dell, hollow.
- A small, narrow or enclosed, usually wooded valley.
- elding, gilden
From an alteration of dimble (“a dingle, glen, retired place”).
- A harbour town in County Kerry Ireland, and the peninsular on which it stands.