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Etymology edit

From Old English dynian, dynnan, from Proto-West Germanic *dunnjan, from Proto-Germanic *dunjaną.

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  1. To make a noise; to resound.
  2. To be filled with noise; to resound.
  3. (rare) To yell; to scream.

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  • English: dun, din
  • Scots: dyn, din

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