Etymology
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dingle (n.)

"deep dell or secluded hollow, usually wooded," c. 1200, of unknown origin; a dialectal word until it entered literary use 17c. The Middle English Compendium compares Old English ding "dungeon," Old High German tunc "cellar," Old Norse dyngja "lady's bower."

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Definitions of dingle

dingle (n.)
a small wooded hollow;
Synonyms: dell
From wordnet.princeton.edu