Also called Dumfriesshire
[duhm-frees-sheer, -sher] /dʌmˈfrisˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in S Scotland.
a burgh of Dumfries and Galloway in S Scotland: burial place of Robert Burns.
(until 1975) a county in S Scotland, on the Solway Firth, now part of Dumfries and Galloway
a town in S Scotland on the River Nith, administrative centre of Dumfries and Galloway. Pop: 31 146 (2001)
[doo m-kuh] /ˈdʊm kə/ noun, plural dumky [doo m-kee] /ˈdʊm ki/ (Show IPA) 1. a Slavic folk song that alternates in character between sadness and gaiety. 2. an instrumental composition or movement imitative of such a folk song.
/ˈdʌməlˌhɛd/ noun 1. (Northern English, dialect) a stupid or slow-witted person
[duhm-ee] /ˈdʌm i/ noun, plural dummies. 1. a representation or copy of something, as for displaying to indicate appearance: a display of lipstick dummies made of colored plastic. 2. a representation of a human figure, as for displaying clothes in store windows. 3. Informal. a stupid person; dolt. 4. a person who has nothing to […]
[doo m-kawf, -kawpf, duhm-] /ˈdʊmˌkɔf, -ˌkɔpf, ˈdʌm-/ noun 1. a stupid person; dumbbell; blockhead. n. 1809 (dom cop), from German dummkopf, literally “dumb head;” see dumb (adj.) + cup (n.).