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dale

noun \ˈdāl\

Definition of DALE

:  valley, vale <went riding over hill and dale>

Examples of DALE

  1. the beautiful hills and dales of our county
  2. <a hunting lodge in a secluded dale in the country>

Origin of DALE

Middle English, from Old English dæl; akin to Old High German tal valley, Welsh dôl
First Known Use: before 12th century

Related to DALE

Synonyms
valley, dene [British], hollow, vale

Dale

biographical name \ˈdāl\

Definition of DALE

Sir Henry Hallett 1875–1968 Eng. physiol.

Dale

biographical name

Definition of DALE

Sir Thomas d 1619 Eng. colonial administrator in Virginia

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