Reverse Dictionary: DIG – DIO

DIG, DIGGING – adjectives
– EFFODIENT * digging, accustomed to dig …1847
dig, digging – nouns
– EFFOSSION †* the act of digging out of the ground …1657
– SUFFOSSION †* digging under or up; an undermining …1623
dig, digging – verbs
– BEDELVE  to dig round or about …c1000
– CAST UP † to dig up, to dig …1660
– CROW to dig …1853 S. Afr.
– EFFODE †* to dig out of the ground, to dig up …1612
– EFFODIATE †* to dig out of the ground, to dig up …1612
– EFFODICATE †* to dig out of the ground, to dig up …1599
– GRABBLE to dig, esp. with the hands; to dig up potatoes, or rarely peanuts so as to leave the plant intact …c1770 Amer. dial.
– GRAVEL to dig, esp. with the hands; to dig up potatoes, or rarely peanuts so as to leave the plant intact …1909 Amer. dial.
– PASTINATE † to dig, to loosen by digging; to dig in a garden …c1420
– SCRAT to dig; to rake together …1859 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SPIT † to dig with a spade; to delve …1393 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– TEAL, TEEL to dig; to plant in the ground, esp. to set potatoes …1874 Eng. dial.
– UMBEDELVE † to dig round …c1440
– YACK to dig out; to force up by the roots …1899 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– YARK to dig out; to force up by the roots …1899 Sc. & Eng. dial.
DIGEST – verbs
– DECOCT † to digest in the stomach …1533
– FY † to digest …c1390
DIGESTED – adjectives
– DECOCT † decocted; subjected to heat; digested …c1420
– DECOCTION † digestion …1533
– DEGESS digestion …B1900 Eng. dial.  
– DIGESTER digestion …1875 Eng. dial.
– INDIGESTER digestion …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– SINK(S) OF THE BODY, THE † the organs of digestion and excretion …1607
digestion – verbs 
– BE MAN OF ONE’S MEAT to have a healthy appetite and digestion …1891 Sc.
DIGNIFIED – adjectives
– DIGNACIOUS dignified …1837 Ireland
– FARRAND of things: becoming, dignified, pleasant …a1300 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– FARRANT of things: becoming, dignified, pleasant …a1300 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– GASH well-dressed and dignified …1785 Sc.
dignified – person
– HIGH-TONE a dignified or prominent person; a pretentious or snobbish person …1800 US sl.
– HIGH-TONER an important person; a dignified or prominent person; a pretentious or snobbish person …1876 Amer. dial.
– OBJECT-MAN a noticeable person; a man of dignified mien and manner …1884 Eng. dial.
dignified – verbs 
– NAUNT to assume a dignified or offended air; to bridle up, esp. of a woman …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
DIGNITARY – person
– DIGNITIES dignitaries …1843 Sc.
– PALASIN †* a notable person; a dignitary …c1580 Sc.
DIGNITY – nouns
– AFFAIR † fortune, rank, dignity …1480
– MANSHIP † homage, worship; honour, dignity …a1175
DIGRESS – verbs
– CANCELEER to turn aside, to swerve or digress …a1697
– CANTON † to sever or separate oneself; to secede, to withdraw; fig. to digress …1611
– DECLINE † to turn aside from the subject, in speaking or writing; to digress …1544
– EXTRAVAGE † to deviate in discourse from the proper subject; to digress; to talk incoherently; to ramble …c1690 obs. exc. Sc.
– GO OFF THE RAILS to digress or wander from the point …Bk1905 Sc.
– SALLY OUT † to make a digression in speech …1660
– ADIGRESSION †* digression …1482
– EVAGATION in speech or discussion: a digression …a1656
– FAR-ABOUT † a digression, a wandering …1639
– VAGARY † a wandering in speech or writing; a rambling from the subject under consideration; a digression or divagation …1579
DIGRESSIVE – adjectives
– TANGENTIAL erratic; divergent; digressive …1867
– DECAY † to waste or ruin physically; to disintegrate, to dilapidate; to bring to decay or ruin …1536
– DELABRATE †* to dilapidate, to ruin …1813
DILAPIDATED – adjectives
– ALL IN of machinery, etc.: run-down, dilapidated …1967 Amer. dial.
– DILABERDATED dilapidated …1966 Amer. dial.
– DILAPILATED dilapidated …1966 Amer. dial.
– GRUNGY ugly, run-down or dilapidated …1965 sl.
– JELAPIDATED dilapidated …1969 Amer. dial.
– LAVADATED rickety, dilapidated …1927 Amer. dial.
– OLD-ASS run-down, dilapidated …1960s US sl.
– RAGGED of places: dilapidated, broken-down …1805
– RAGGETY run-down, second-rate, dilapidated …1930s African-American sl.
– RAGGLY run-down, dilapidated …1966 Amer. dial.
– RAGGLY-ASS run-down, dilapidated …1968 Amer. dial.
– RAGIDY run-down, second-rate, dilapidated …1930s African-American sl.
– RAMSHACKELDY dilapidated, in a state of disrepair, run-down …1911 Amer. dial.
– RAMSHACKERING rickety, dilapidated …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
– RAMSHACKLE loose and shaky as if ready to fall to pieces; rickety, tumbledown, dilapidated, in disorder; orig. said chiefly of carriages and houses …1830
– RAMSHACKLED dilapidated, run-down, in a state of disrepair, rickety, tumbledown …1675
– RAMSHACKLETY dilapidated, in a state of disrepair, run-down …1905 Amer. dial.
– RAMSHACKLING rickety, tumbledown, dilapidated …1868
– RAMSHACKLY rickety, tumbledown, dilapidated, run-down, in a state of disrepair …1857
– RANSHACKLED rickety, dilapidated …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– RATTLE-TRAP dilapidated, worn-out, ramshackle …1880 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RAUNCHY dilapidated, old, worn out, used up; cheap, inferior; ugly, dirty; gaudy; corny …c1950 US teen usage
– RENTS COMING IN dilapidated; ragged …1708-10 colloq.
– RICKETY-RACKETY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
– RICKLETY rickety, unstable, dilapidated, unsteady …1969 Amer. dial.
– RICKLEY loose, unstable, rickety, dilapidated …1865 Sc.
– RICKLY loose, unstable, rickety, dilapidated …1865 Sc.
– RICKY-RACKY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
– SHACKELTY, SHACKLEDY,, SHACKLETY dilapidated, run-down, ramshackle, rickety, shaky …1905 Amer. dial.
– TORN DOWN run down, dilapidated …1916 Amer. dial.
dilapidated – nouns
– BUZZARD ROOST a disreputable gathering place or ramshackle building; a dilapidated building …1889 Amer. sl.
– BUZZARD’S ROOST a disreputable gathering place or ramshackle building; a dilapidated building …1889 Amer. sl.
– RABBLE a carelessly erected building, wall, etc; a confused or ruinous mass; anything ruinous or dilapidated; any kind of building falling into decay …1866 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RATTLE-TRAP a worn-out, rickety vehicle; anything old and dilapidated; a makeshift contrivance …1888 Eng. dial.
– DECAYS † dilapidations; ruined remains, ruins, debris, detritus; rarely in singular …1582
DILATORY – adjectives
– BACKING AND FILLING irresolute; dilatory; hesitant; shifty …c1840 Eng. colloq.
– DACKLING slow, dilatory …1808 Sc.
– DILETERIOUS dilatory …1875 Eng. dial.
– LAG-LAST a slow, dilatory person; a loiterer; one who is habitually late or behindhand …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LONGSOME † tardy, slow, dilatory, sluggish …1661-2 obs. exc. Eng. dial.  
– OFF-PUTTEN dilatory, delaying, trifling …1892 Sc.
– OFF-PUTTING dilatory, delaying, trifling …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– REMORAL †* given to delay, dilatory …a1625
dilatory – person 
– LAG-TAIL a slow, dilatory person; a loiterer; one who is habitually late or behindhand …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
dilatory – verbs 
– BE BEHINDHAND LIKE THE MILLER’S FILLER to be dilatory in keeping appointments …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– DRINGLE † to waste time in a lazy, lingering manner; to be slow, dilatory; to dawdle; to trickle sluggishly …c1680 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
– HANG AN ARSE * to hold back; to be reluctant or dilatory …1596
– WHIP THE DEVIL ROUND THE STUMP to accomplish something by indirection or subterfuge; to be evasive or dilatory …1776 Eng. dial.
DILDO – nouns
– DILL-DOCK a dildo …1949 US sl.
– FRENCH-TICKLER a dildo or a condom equipped with ridges or larger protuberances designed to increase vaginal stimulation …M20 US sl.
– MANDRAKE a dildo …M17 sl.
– POTATO-FINGER a dildo; an artificial penis …20C sl.
DILEMMA – adjectives
– IN A STEW in a dilemma …Bk1995 US sl.
– IN BACK-HOUSE DYKE behindhand, late; in difficulties, in a dilemma …1889 Eng. dial.
– JACKPOTTED tangled up with a fallen steer or horse; in a predicament or dilemma …1946 Amer. sl.
dilemma – nouns 
– DULCARNON † a dilemma …c1374
– FIX a dilemma …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– HAG-STOP weariness; a stoppage, dilemma …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– JACKPOT a predicament; a muddle; a dilemma; trouble; an arrest …1887 Amer. sl.
– LANT a dilemma, a standstill …1866 Sc.
– MANCH a confused mass; a mess; a muddle; fig. a blunder, a dilemma …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAUNGE a confused mess, a mess, a muddle; a blunder, a dilemma, trouble …1876 Eng. dial.
– QUANDARY a dilemma; a state of extreme uncertainty …M16 sl.
– TAKING a state of excitement, grief, or perplexity; a fit of petulance or temper; a dilemma; a sorry plight or condition …1899 Eng. dial.
dilemma – person
– DULCARNON † a person in a dilemma; a person perplexed …1577
dilemma – verbs 
– AMPLUSH to place at a disadvantage; to reduce to a dilemma, to confuse in argument …1848 Sc. & Ireland
– BE IN A BOX to be in a fix, to be in a difficult or embarrassing situation; to be in a dilemma …a1555
– BE STONKERED to be in a fix or dilemma …World War II Aust. & NZ services’ sl.
– LANT to put in a dilemma, to bring to a standstill …1823 Sc.
dilemma – phrases
– NOT KNOW WHETHER TO SHIT OR GO BLIND not know what to do or say as a consequence of a dilemma, an awkward situation, etc. …1946 US sl.
– EIDENCE industry, diligence …1897 Sc.
– EIDENCY diligence, hard work, assiduity …1834 Sc.
– EYDENCE † diligence, hard work, assiduity …1834 Sc.
– IMPIGRITY †* quickness, diligence …1623
– NAVITY †* diligence, stirring, quickness, speed …1623
– NEGOTIOUSNESS †* busyness; want of leisure; diligence, industriousness …1642
– OFFICIOUSNESS † readiness in doing god offices, performing one’s duty, or discharging any function; eagerness to serve or please; dutifulness; diligence …1598
– SMARTNESS competence, diligence …1859 Amer. dial.
– YEARNFULNESS † eagerness, diligence …c888
DILIGENT – adjectives
– DO-RIGHT righteous, diligent …1936 US sl.
– EIDENT diligent, industrious, busy, attentive to; hard-working …1591 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– IDENT diligent, persistent …1591 Sc.
– ITHAND † assiduous, diligent, busy …a1300 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– IMPIGROUS †* diligent, quick, ready, not slow …1656
– PAINFUL performed with labour, care, and attention; diligent, assiduous, laborious, careful …c1380 arch.
– SMART of a person: energetic and effective in working; competent, industrious, diligent …1866 Amer. dial.
diligent – person
– BANE an industrious, diligent, persevering man …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BEAVER one who works diligently; a hard-working, diligent, active man …c1850 Amer. colloq. 
– DIGGER a diligent or hard-working person; a serious student …1901 Amer. dial.
– EAGER BEAVER an annoyingly diligent and hard-working person …1943 US sl.
– GEEK an overly diligent, unsociable student; any unsociable person obsessively devoted to a particular pursuit …1957 sl.
diligent – verbs 
– BONE to apply oneself diligently or determinedly …1851 US
– SKELT † to hasten; to be diligent …a1300
DILIGENTLY – adverbs
– EIDENTLY diligently, industriously, attentively …1838 Sc.
– FAST † earnestly, steadily, diligently, zealously …c1200
– ITHANDLY † assiduously, diligently; constantly, continually …a1400 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– VREACH carefully, diligently, earnestly, actively …1746 Eng. dial.
– YERNE † eagerly, earnestly, diligently, zealously, heartily …a1200
– YERNLY † eagerly, earnestly, diligently, zealously, heartily …c725
– FILLY-FALLY † to idle, to dilly-dally …B1900 ? obs. or Eng. dial.
– PALTER to play fast and loose with a matter or thing; to dilly-dally, to trifle with …1814
– POLLYFOX to dilly-dally, to delay and discuss, to quibble or equivocate …1873 Amer. dial.
– POLLYFOX AROUND to equivocate, to quibble, to procrastinate; to waste time, to dilly-dally, to delay and discuss …1970 Amer. dial.
DILUTE – verbs
– BLUITER to overdilute with water …Bk1911 Sc.
– SPLASH to dilute spirits …1922 sl.
– TAKE DOWN to weaken by dilution …Bk1905 Sc.
– TAPER to diminish the quantity or potency of one’s drink; to dilute wines, spirits, etc. …1869 Eng. dial.
DILUTED – adjectives
– WADDLY thinly diluted …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
DIM – adjectives
– CALIGINOUS misty, dim, murky; obscure, dark …1548 now arch.
– CREPUSCULOUS of the nature of twilight; in a state between light and darkness; dim, glimmering, dusky, indistinct, obscure …1646
– DIM-DISCOVERED dimly or faintly seen …1750
– DIMPSY dark, dim …1892 Eng. dial.
– DUMB † lacking brightness; dull, dim …1720
– OBLITE †* dim, as if partly blotted out; indistinct, obscure …1650
dim – verbs
– BEMIST to becloud, to dim …1598
– BESMIRCH to sully, to dim the lustre of …1602
– DAMMER †* to make dim or dark …1610
– DARK 1. to obscure, to cloud, to dim, to sully …c1374 arch.
2.  to cloud, to dim, to obscure, to hide something luminous …c1380
– DUN † to become dark or dim; to become dull in colour to lose colour, to fade …a1400
– EFISC †* to obfuscate, to dim …1656
– OBNUBILATE to darken, dim, cover, or hide with or as with a cloud; to overcloud; to obscure …1583
– OPACATE to render opaque, to dim …1660
– PALL 1.  to become pale or dim …1412-20
2.  to make pale, to dim …1533
– THESTER † to become dark, to grow dim; to make dark …a900
DIME – nouns
– DEANER 10 cents, a dime …1950s US sl.
– DEEMER a dime; one who tips a dime; a dime tip …1927 Amer. dial.
– SHORT BIT a dime; the sum of 10 cents …1854 Amer. dial.
– SKINNY a 10-cent piece, a dime …1940s US criminals’ sl.
DIMINISH – verbs
– ATOMIZE to diminish in size or importance …1645
– BATE † to decrease in amount, weight, estimation; to abate, to diminish, to fall off in quantity  …a1541 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– DEBATE † to abate; to beat down, to bring down, to lower, to reduce, to lessen, to diminish …c1450
– DECOCT † to diminish, to consume, to waste …1629
– DEFALK † to diminish by cutting off a part, to reduce by deductions …1475
– DEQUANTITATE †* to diminish the quantity or amount of; to lessen …1646
– DISQUANTITY to lessen in quantity, to diminish …1605
– FAIK to abate, to diminish, to lessen; to deduct …1445 Sc.
– FAINT †* to make less, to diminish …1599
– FALK to abate, to diminish, to lessen; to deduct …1445 Sc.
– GO OFF to pass off, to diminish …1857 Amer. dial.
– IMMINISH † to diminish; to belittle …a1400
– INLESS †* to make less, to diminish …1515
– LESS † to make less, to lessen, to diminish …a1300
– MILL IN to shrink; to wither; to diminish in quantity …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MINIFY to diminish in estimated size or importance; to regard or represent something as smaller than it really is …1676
– MINORATE † to lessen, to diminish, to depreciate …1534
– MINUATE †* to make less, to diminish, to reduce …1657
​- PETER OUT to diminish in energy …Bk1995 US sl.
– RABBATE † to abate or diminish …a1398
– RAPE to diminish the effects of; to reduce someone’s pleasure …1980s sl.
– RAPE SOMEONE’S BUZZ of a person or thing: to put a damper on someone’s pleasure …1980s US college sl.
– RETUND † to weaken physically; to diminish the strength or effect of …M17
– TAKE OFF to diminish …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– THIN to lessen in numbers, to diminish …1791 Sc.
– TIRE † to fail, to cease (as a supply, etc.); to diminish; to give out, to come to an end …c725
– WADE AWAY to diminish gradually; to cause to diminish …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– WANZE † to diminish, to waste; later, to render lean …a1121
– WELK † to become less, to diminish, to shrink …1390
DIMINISHED – adjectives
– DEFALCATE † curtailed, diminished …1531
– DIMINUTE † diminished, lessened; abated; incomplete, defective​, imperfect …c1475 
– IMMINUTE † diminished, lessened …a1681
DIMINISHING – adjectives
– TAPER of resources: diminishing, becoming more and more ‘slender’; at an end, nearly exhausted …1851 sl. or colloq.
– BATE † deduction, diminution, abatement, cessation …c1450 obs. exc. N. Eng. dial.
– BATEMENT reduction, lessening, diminution …1677 arch.
– BATING a falling off, diminution …1875 Eng. dial.
– DECESS decrease, diminution …1854
– DECESSION departure, withdrawal; secession; deviation from a given standard; decrease, diminution …1606
– DECLENSION the state of declining or sinking into a lower of inferior condition; gradual diminution, deterioration, or decay; decline …1602
– DECREMENT the fact of decreasing or growing gradually less; decrease, diminution, lessening, waste, loss …1621
– DECRETION † decrease, diminution …1635
– DEFALCATION † diminution or reduction by taking away a part; cutting down, abatement, curtailment …1476
– IMMINUTION † diminution, lessening, decrease …1590
– INDRINK a diminution, shrinkage …1842 Sc.
– LESSING † lessening, diminution; abatement …c1340
– RABATE †* diminution; lessening, drawing in …1589
– RABBATE †* diminution; lessening, drawing in …1589
DIMINUTIVE – adjectives
– ACAMY diminutive, undersized, infirm …1845 Sc.
– EENABIE small, diminutive for one’s age …Bk1900 Sc.
– EXIGUOUS scant in measure or number; extremely small, little, diminutive, minute, slender …1651
– MANIKIN dwarf, pygmy, diminutive, undersized, puny …1840
– MANNIKIN dwarf, pygmy, diminutive, undersized, puny …1840
– PUMIL †* dwarf, dwarfish, diminutive …1776
– SCRANKIT shrunken, diminutive …1854 Eng. dial.
– TINE † very small, tiny, diminutive …a1400-50
diminutive – nouns
– ACAMY a diminutive thing …Bk1898 Eng. dial.082
– BABY a tiny or diminutive animal or thing; a small version of something generally larger …1859
diminutive – person 
– ARSE-WORM a little diminutive man; a small or insignificant fellow; an oaf …1690 sl. 
– BEYCHEL a diminutive person with the idea of quick movement …1914 Sc. 
– BODACH a diminutive person …Bk1911 Sc.
– DANCE-IN-MY-LIFE a very diminutive or small person …1825 Sc.
– DIMINITY a diminutive person or animal …1859 Eng. dial.
– EEMOCK a person of diminutive stature; a fairy …1914 Sc.
– EEREPI a jocular name for a very small person or child; a diminutive person …1905 Sc.
– EFA a small, diminutive person …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– HALF-PORTION a small. diminutive, or insignificant person; an undersized person; a child …1914
– HOMUNCULE a little or diminutive man; a dwarf …1656
– HOP-O’-MY-THUMB a little diminutive person; a dwarf, a pygmy …1530
– IMMICK a person of diminutive stature; a fairy …1914 Sc.
– IREPI a jocular name for a very small person or child; a diminutive person …1905 Sc.
– JACKANAPES anybody at once ugly (or diminutive), showy, and impudent …Bk1896 sl.
– JACK SPRAT a dwarfish, undersized person; a little fellow; a diminutive boy or man; a nickname for a short person; a dwarf …c1570
– KAT a diminutive person or thing …1929 Sc.
– LODOLLY a small or diminutive girl …Bk1866 Eng. dial. 
– MANKIN a diminutive or puny man …1820
– MESSET a term of contempt for a diminutive person …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIDGE a person of diminutive stature; anything very small …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MINNIE a diminutive person …1892 Eng. dial.  
– MOPPET a diminutive child or person …Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– MOPSEY, MOPSY a diminutive person …Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– NATOMY a pigmy, a diminutive person a small thin ‘slip of a fellow …1863 Eng. dial.
– OOMACH an odd-looking diminutive person …1946 Sc.
– OOMIT an odd-looking diminutive person …1923 Sc.
– OTTOMY a pigmy, a diminutive person, a small thin ‘slip of a fellow’ …1848 Ireland
– OTTY-MOTTY a pigmy, a diminutive person, a small thin ‘slip of a fellow’ …1863 Eng. dial.
– PIZZIE a small, diminutive person …1873 Sc.
– PUMILIO †* a dwarf; a diminutive person or plant …1576
– SCRADEEN a diminutive, worthless fellow …1867 Ireland
– SHRIMP a diminutive person, esp. a child …colloq.
– TARLOCH a diminutive person or child …1910 Sc.
– TOM THUMB a dwarf or pygmy of popular tradition or fable; hence, a dwarf or diminutive male person; also contemptuously, a petty or insignificant person …1579
– URF a crabbed or peevish person of a diminutive size …Bk1905 Sc.
– URK a small child or diminutive person …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– WIPPET a puny, diminutive person, as of a child …Bk1855 Eng. dial.
– WIRR a crabbed, cantankerous, peevish, diminutive person …1825 Sc.
DIMLY – adverbs
– AT HALF LIGHTS indistinctly, vaguely, dimly …1625
– BY HALF LIGHTS indistinctly, vaguely, dimly …a1711
DIMMED – adjectives
– NEBULATED clouded, dimmed …1874
DIMNESS – nouns
– FUSCITY † darkness, dimness …1727
DIMPLE – nouns
– BENKLE a dimple …Bk1898 Sc.
– GELASIN † a dimple in the cheek, produced by smiling …1630
dimple – verbs 
– BENKLE to dent, to dimple …Bk1898 Sc.
– DIMP to mark with dimples or ripples …1821 Eng. dial.
– DIPPLE to dimple …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
DIM-WITTED – adjectives
– DEFECTED dim-witted, not normal …1967 Amer. dial.
– DUNCELY slow to learn or understand; stupid, unintelligent, dim-witted …1757
– DUNCICAL slow to learn or understand; stupid, unintelligent, dim-witted …1588
– DUNNY having diminished mental faculties; slow to understand, dim-witted …a1791 Eng. dial.
– DUNSTICAL * slow to learn or understand; stupid, dull, unintelligent, dim-witted …1592
dim-witted – person 
– CABRON a guy, especially a brutish or dim-witted one …1974 Mexican-American use
– DILDO a despicable, offensive, or dim-witted person …1960 US sl.
– DUNCECOMB † a stupid person; a fool; a dim-witted person; a dunce …1612
– DUNCEHEAD (derogatory) a stupid, inept, or dim-witted person; an idiot …1749
– DUNNY † a stupid, dim-witted person; an idiot …1709
– LINTBRAIN a foolish, dim-witted, or ignorant person …1990 US sl.
– LINTHEAD a foolish, dim-witted, or ignorant person …1960 US sl.
– MOPE a dim-witted, dreamy, or miserable person …M16 sl.
– PUMPKIN HEAD a slow or dim-witted person; a dunce …1775 Amer.
– SIMP a fool, a simpleton, an oaf, a stupid or dull person; a dim-witted or backward person …c1910 sl., orig. US
DIN – adjectives
– DINSOME full of din, noisy …1787 Sc.
din – nouns
– BALDARE †* din, uproarious noise …1583
– CATOUSE an uproar, a commotion, a din, tumult, rumpus, row, disturbance …1890 Amer. dial.
– DEAN a din, noise; a sound …1691 Eng. dial.  
– DEEN a din, noise; a sound …1691 Eng. dial.  
– DENE a din, noise; a sound …1691 Eng. dial.  
– FILLALOO a din, an uproar …1923 sl.
– FRAGOR, FRAGOUR † a loud, harsh noise; a crash, a din …1605 
– GARBEL † a brawl, an uproar, din, noise …1936 Sc.
– LEDEN noise, din. chatter …1674 Eng. dial.
– LIDDEN noise, din. chatter …1674 Eng. dial.
– OINK a great din, a squealing or screaming …1915 Sc.
– RALLION a din, clatter …1790 Sc.
– RAN-DAN a loud knocking; a noise, din …1777 Eng. dial.
– RAN-TAN a word expressive of a loud banging noise; a sudden, violent sound; a noise, a din …c1640 Eng. dial. & sl.
– TAIRDY a din, clamour, hullabaloo …1930 Sc.
– TINTAMARRE * a loud and confused noise, uproar, clamour, racket, din, hubbub …1567
– TOW-ROW an uproar, a hubbub, a noisy disturbance; a din, a racket …1877 orig. Eng. dial.
– WALLOCH a din, noise, sound; way of speaking, distinctive accent, dialect …1898 Sc. 
din – verbs
– ADIN †* to din; to deafen, to stun with noise …a1250
– BEME † to make a loud din or noise …a1225
– BERATTLE †* to fill with rattling noise or din; also, to rattle away at, to assail with din …1553
– DEAN to din, to make a noise …B1900 Eng. dial.  
– DEEN to din, to make a noise …B1900 Eng. dial.  
– DENE to din, to make a noise …B1900 Eng. dial.  
DINE – verbs
– BAG OUT to dine away from home …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– DINNER to dine …1819 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WRESTLE THE CHUCK to dine …M19 US sl.
– WRESTLE THE HASH to dine …M19 US sl.
DINED – adjectives
– YDYNED † dined …1393
DINGO – nouns
– SHEPHERD’S FRIEND an ironic term for a dingo …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
dingo – person
– DOGGER a professional dingo hunter …1890 Aust. sl.
– DOG-STIFFENER a professional dingo hunter …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
dingo – verbs
– DOG to hunt dingoes …1910 Aust.
DINGY – adjectives
– DIN dingy-coloured, dun, sallow, tawny …1794 Sc.
DINING – nouns
– CENATION † meal-taking; dining, supping …1599
dining – person
– DEIPNOSOPHIST a master of the art of dining …1656
– GRUBBERY a dining-room …c1830 sl.
DINNER – adjectives  (also see MEAL, POTLUCK)
– CENATICAL pertaining to dinner or supper …1725
– CENATORY †* pertaining to dinner or supper …1650
– DINNERISH hungry, ready for dinner …1888 Eng. dial.
dinner – nouns 
– BEAN TIME dinnertime …Bk2006 US sl.
– BLOW-UP a dinner, supper, or other entertainment for which an abundant supply of food and drink is provided or at which it is consumed; a feast …1807-8 chiefly US
– DIENEN a meal, dinner; sufficient for a meal …Bk1900 Sc.
– DIN-DIN dinner; a meal …1905 UK children’s vocabulary
– DIN-DINS dinner; a meal …1920 UK children’s vocabulary
– DINE dinner …1787 Sc.
– DINNERING dining, having dinner …1856 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DINNER-PIECE dinner, food for dinner …1894 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DINNER-WHILE dinner-time …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– GLORIOUS SINNER a dinner …Bk1903 rhyming sl.
– GREASE a meal, dinner …1975 Amer. college sl.
– GRUNT a meal, dinner …1972 African-American sl.
– INSIDE-LINING food; a dinner …1851 Eng. dial.
– JIMMY SKINNER a dinner …Bk1896 rhyming sl.
– KAIL a main meal, dinner …1807 Sc.
– KAIL-BELL a call to dinner …1740 Sc.
– KAIL-TIME dinner-time, the time of dinner …1790 Sc.
– KALE dinner, food …1794 Sc.
– KALE-BELL the dinner-bell …a1776 Sc.
– KALE-TIME dinner-time …1787 Sc.
– LILLEY AND SKINNER dinner …1920s rhyming sl.
– MESS a meal, a dinner; an allowance of food …1813 Sc.
– MICHAEL WINNER dinner …1990s rhyming sl.
– ‘NER dinner …1969 US sl.
– PACKING dinner …1889 Eng. dial.
– POTATO TIME dinner time …1982 Amer. dial.
– SAINT AND SINNER dinner …1992 UK rhyming sl.
dinner – verbs
– DINE WITH DUKE HUMPHREY to go without dinner or a meal …1746
– HAVE TWINS to take dinner and tea at one meal …B1900 Amer. sl.
– SADDLE THE SPIT to host a dinner or supper …L18 sl.
– DINING DAY a dinner party …1805 Amer. dial.
DINT – nouns
– BASH a dint caused by a blow …Bk1898 Sc.
DINTED – adjectives
– BASHED bruised, dinted …1856 Eng. dial.