Dunt
Dunt \Dunt\, n. [{Dint}.] A blow. [Obs.] --R. of Glouc. [1913 Webster]

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  • dunt — dunt1 /dunt, doont/, Scot. n. 1. a hard blow or hit, esp. one that makes a dull sound; thump. v.t. 2. to strike, esp. with a dull sound. [1375 1425; late ME; c. SW dunt DINT] dunt2 /dunt/, v.i. (of ceramic ware) to crack because of excessively… …   Universalium

  • Dunt — For the fictional South Australian town, see We Can Be Heroes: Finding The Australian of the Year. Contents 1 Ceramics 2 English 2.1 Noun 2.2 Verb …   Wikipedia

  • dunt —  stupitied, numbed. Norf. How you dunt me I a saying of a mother to a crying child. A dunt sheep, one that mopes about, from a disorder in his head …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • dunt — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A thump, blow. At wis a helluva dunt ah goat when ah walked intae thon door. II North Country (Newcastle) Words bad coal, mineral charcoal; any imperfection in the quality of a seam of coal …   English dialects glossary

  • dunt — Scots slang, to bump, especially the head. Did you enjoy your football match? No, I got a dunt on the head …   Dictionary of american slang

  • dunt — Scots slang, to bump, especially the head. Did you enjoy your football match? No, I got a dunt on the head …   Dictionary of american slang

  • dunt — I. ˈdənt noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English dount, dunt, variant of dint more at dint 1. chiefly Scotland : a heavy blow or stroke 2. chiefly Scotland …   Useful english dictionary

  • dunt — 1. noun A stroke; a dull sounding blow 2. verb To strike; give a blow to; knock …   Wiktionary

  • dunt — n. thump, hit, stroke, blow; injury caused by a hit; harm caused by a blow …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dunt — [dʌnt] chiefly N. Amer. & Scottish verb bump into or hit heavily. noun a dull sounding blow. Origin ME: perh. a var. of dint …   English new terms dictionary

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