[duhn-lin] /ˈdʌn lɪn/
a common sandpiper, Calidris alpina, that breeds in the northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere.
a small sandpiper, Calidris (or Erolia) alpina, of northern and arctic regions, having a brown back and black breast in summer Also called red-backed sandpiper
- Dunlop cheese
noun a mild Scottish cow’s milk cheese similar to cheddar Word Origin Gaelic Dun luib meaning ‘fortified hill by bend of the stream’, describing Dunlop’s location Usage Note cooking
[duhn-lop, duhn-lop] /dʌnˈlɒp, ˈdʌn lɒp/ noun 1. John Boyd, 1840–1921, Scottish inventor of the pneumatic tire. /ˈdʌnlɒp/ noun 1. John Boyd. 1840–1921, Scottish veterinary surgeon, who devised the first successful pneumatic tyre, which was manufactured by the company named after him
[duhn-mawr, -mohr; duhn-mawr, -mohr] /dʌnˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr; ˈdʌn mɔr, -moʊr/ noun 1. John Murray, 4th Earl of, 1732–1809, Scottish colonial governor in America. 2. a borough in NE Pennsylvania, near Scranton.
[duhn-ij] /ˈdʌn ɪdʒ/ noun 1. baggage or personal effects. 2. loose material laid beneath or wedged among objects carried by ship or rail to prevent injury from chafing or moisture, or to provide ventilation. verb (used with object), dunnaged, dunnaging. 3. to cover or pack with dunnage. /ˈdʌnɪdʒ/ noun 1. loose material used for packing […]