Definition of Dint. Meaning of Dint. Synonyms of Dint

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Definition of Dint

Dint
Dint Dint, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dinted; p. pr. & vb. n. Dinting.] To make a mark or cavity on or in, by a blow or by pressure; to dent. --Donne. Tennyson.

Meaning of Dint from wikipedia

- Dint may refer to: William Colbeck (gangster) (1890-1943), American gangster nicknamed "Dint" Dint Island, Antarctica...
- Dinter is a German surname meaning "manufacturer of ink". Notable people with the surname include: Artur Dinter (1876–1948), German writer and **** politician...
- Artur Dinter (27 June 1876 in Mulhouse – 21 May 1948) was a German writer and **** politician who was the Gauleiter of Gau Thuringia. Dinter was born in...
- Higher Dinting is a village in Glossopdale, Derbyshire, England. The village is near Glossop, Dinting, and Dinting Vale; the village falls within the...
- the High Peak Council. Dinting Vale lies near to Higher Dinting, Dinting and Glossop. Dinting Vale Printworks became renowned through the Potter family...
- Antarctica, P 379 Dint Island on USGS website Dint Island on SCAR website Dint Island on marineregions.org Dint Island distance calculator "Dint Island". Geographic...
- Dinting is a district of Glossop in Derbyshire, England. The district falls within the Simmondley ward of the High Peak Council. It is a small village...
- Dinting railway station serves the village of Dinting near Glossop in Derbyshire, England. The station is on the Manchester-Glossop Line 12 1⁄4 miles...
- Dinting Viaduct (also known as Dinting Arches) is a 19th-century railway viaduct in Glossopdale in Derbyshire, England, that carries the Glossop Line over...
- Gustav Friedrich Dinter (1760–1831) was a German pedagogue, theologian and author. He was born at Borna. He studied theology and pedagogy at Leipzig; held...
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