Also the name of a small town in the southwest corner of Ireland. It is notable for having 52 pubs, one for each week in the year
(I kid you not). Many of the pubs are simple afairs consisting of the front room of someone's house in which they serve alcohol. One pub I was in only had an outside toilet.

Din"gle (?), n. [Of uncertain origin: cf. AS. ding prison; or perh. akin to dimble.]

A narrow dale; a small dell; a small, secluded, and embowered valley.

 

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