any of various muscid flies of the subfamily Cordilurinae, such as the predatory yellow dung fly (Scatophaga stercoraria), that frequents cowpats to feed and lay its eggs
/ˈdʌŋə/ noun 1. an old decrepit car 2. any old worn-out machine
(Neh. 2:13), a gate of ancient Jerusalem, on the south-west quarter. “The gate outside of which lay the piles of sweepings and offscourings of the streets,” in the valley of Tophet.
[duhng-hil] /ˈdʌŋˌhɪl/ noun 1. a heap of . 2. a repugnantly filthy or degraded place, abode, or situation. /ˈdʌŋˌhɪl/ noun 1. a heap of dung 2. a foul place, condition, or person n. early 14c., from dung + hill (n.).
[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 […]