Etymology
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din (n.)

"loud noise of some duration, a resonant sound long continued," Old English dyne (n.), related to dynian (v.), from Proto-Germanic *duniz (source also of Old Norse dynr, Danish don, Middle Low German don "noise"), from PIE root *dwen- "to make noise" (source also of Sanskrit dhuni "roaring, a torrent").

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Definitions of din
1
din (v.)
make a resonant sound, like artillery;
Synonyms: boom
din (v.)
instill (into a person) by constant repetition;
he dinned the lessons into his students
2
din (n.)
a loud harsh or strident noise;
Synonyms: blare / blaring / cacophony / clamor
din (n.)
the act of making a noisy disturbance;
Synonyms: commotion / ruction / ruckus / rumpus / tumult
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