[duhn-furm-lin, -ferm-, duhm-] /dʌnˈfɜrm lɪn, -ˈfɛrm-, dʌm-/
an administrative district in E Scotland, in the Fife region. 120 sq. mi. (311 sq. km).
a city in this district, near the Firth of Forth.
a city in E Scotland, in SW Fife: ruined palace, a former residence of Scottish kings. Pop: 39 229 (2001)
noun, Angling. 1. a dun-colored artificial fly that resembles the larval stage of certain real flies.
[duhng] /dʌŋ/ noun 1. excrement, especially of animals; manure. verb (used with object) 2. to manure (ground) with or as if with dung. /dʌŋ/ noun 1. 2. something filthy verb 3. (transitive) to cover (ground) with manure n. Old English dung “manure, fertilizer,” common Germanic (cf. Old Frisian and Old Saxon dung “manure;” Old High […]
/dʌnˈɡænən/ noun 1. a district of S Northern Ireland, in Co Tyrone. Pop: 48 695 (2003 est). Area: 783 sq km (302 sq miles)
[duhng-guh-ree] /ˌdʌŋ gəˈri/ noun 1. dungarees. 2. blue denim. /ˌdʌŋɡəˈriː/ noun 1. a coarse cotton fabric used chiefly for work clothes, etc 2. (pl) 3. (US) trousers 1610s, dongerijns, from Hindi dungri “coarse calico,” from the name of a village, now one of the quarters of Bombay.