Ingle

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Ingle A paramour; a favourite; a sweetheart; an engle.
    • n Ingle ĭṉ"g'l Flame; blaze; a fire; a fireplace.
    • v. t Ingle ĭṉ"g'l To cajole or coax; to wheedle. See Engle.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n ingle Fire; flame; blaze.
    • n ingle A household fire or fireplace.
    • n ingle A favorite, particularly a male favorite, in a bad sense; a paramour.
    • n ingle In a general sense, a person beloved; a friend.
    • ingle To wheedle; coax.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Ingle ing′gl (Scot.) a fire: fireplace
    • n Ingle ing′gl a familiar friend.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Gael. & Ir. aingeali, fire; cf. L. igniculusi, spark, dim. of ignis, fire. Cf. Ignite
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Origin obscure.

Usage

In literature:

A gude ingle maks a roomy fireside.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
Then he stepped from out the ingle-nook and stood in a little old cemetery.
"The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives" by Elizabeth Strong Worthington
His daughter, bringing from the ingle seat a plump cushion, dropped upon it at his feet.
"The Indifference of Juliet" by Grace S. Richmond
Dr. Ingle is a very worthy young man.
"Her Mother's Secret" by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
Luck had been with Ingles the Faith Healer.
"Northern Lights" by Gilbert Parker
And above the ingle was another slab of oak from the same tree.
"The Fifth Queen Crowned" by Ford Madox Ford
Ingles procured a warrant to shoot the rest, had they not in the mean time been relieved by the country.
"Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)" by John Howie
McIlwaine, and Virginia Local Institutions, Edward Ingle.
"Patrician and Plebeian" by Thomas J. Wertenbaker
The ingle-nook was a blaze of light and cosiness.
"Hollyhock" by L. T. Meade
Our countryman is called in the list, "Tallarte de Lajes" (Ingles).
"Christopher Columbus and His Monument Columbia" by Various
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In poetry:

Todlin' whoam for fireside bliss
Todlin' whoam for th' childer's kiss
God bless yon little ingle nook
God bless yon bit o' curlin' smoke!
I'm fain to be todlin' whoam
"Todlin' Whoam" by Edwin Waugh
For now he haunts his native land
As an immortal youth; his hand
Guides every plough;
He sits beside each ingle-nook,
His voice is in each rushing brook,
Each rustling bough.
"Ultima Thule: Robert Burns" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Once on a time"—"Do tell me when,
And where?" says my wee Nell—
"When Christmas came on Thursday—now,
Some five-and-thirty years ago!
Superbly we were snowed-up then,
Who lived in Ingle Dell.
"A Winter's Tale For The Little Ones." by Gerald Massey
Whan oot o' ilk corner the bairnies they keek,
Lauchin an' daffin, airms loosin an' linkin,
The auld fowk they watch frae the warm ingle-cheek,
But the bairns little think what the auld fowk are thinkin.
"What The Auld Fowk Are Thinkin" by George MacDonald
"'I'm here!' 'It's me!' His flag they see,
And know lost Willie's voice;
They quickly answer shout for shout,
And with their hands they dig him out,
And carry him home. Oh! didn't we
In Ingle Dell rejoice?
"A Winter's Tale For The Little Ones." by Gerald Massey
"In Ingle Dell they locked no door,
Put out no light. At such
A time you cling to a little thing
That's done for neighbourly comforting!
Old Gran thought she would snuff no more,
And she took thrice as much.
"A Winter's Tale For The Little Ones." by Gerald Massey

In news:

Tony Ingle back home to coach at old school.
Annie Roberts Ingle died June 17, 2011 at Pinewood Nursing Home in Colville, just ten weeks short of her 100th birthday.
Get updates from Laura Ingle .
MBA great Ingle Martin named CPA head football coach.
'General Hospital' actor Ingle dies in LA at age 84.
Tony Ingle , who began the Gordon Junior College basketball team years ago, is returning to his alma mater as head basketball coach.
John Ingle, who appeared in hundreds of episodes of "General Hospital" as scheming patriarch Edward Quartermaine as part of a long career in television and film, died Sunday, Sept 16, in Los Angeles after a battle with cancer.
The Inside Story of His Rise to Power Bob Ingle and Michael Symons St Martin's Press, 302 pp.
Morgan Ingle — vocals/rhythm guitar.
Two bodies believed to be Don and Jean Ingle were found in the ashes of a burned home.
Josh Ingle, owner of AudioBahn Productions, stands amid some of the company's equipment on Tuesday.
Belk department store in Waynesville might be moving from its anchor spot beside Ingle's grocery store to a much larger and brand-new building beside Super Wal-Mart.
"Bed bugs feed off your blood," Tony Ingle said.
"Bed bugs actually host from a human and they wait until you're asleep," Ingle said.
A man driving a stolen Mercedes Benz who initially tried to flee from police through ceiling panels in a CVS store, was eventually caught in a freezer unit in an Ingles store next door.
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In science:

Noticeably, a large fraction of Koresko’s sample lies in the Ophiuchus cloud, a region that may be seen as a moderately rich cluster, clearly different from the Taurus cloud surveyed by Leinert et al., suggesting that this is a relatively general feature and not a “s ingle cloud ” phenomenon.
Limits on the primordial stellar multiplicity
Unfortunately, the ASAS observations are not well suited for identification of stellar flares because they usually manifest themselves as s ingle data points indicating a substantial brightening.
Age-Rotation-Activity Relations for M Dwarf Stars Based on ASAS Photometric Data
When Fmax is high, the algorithm first tries to cover small clusters or s ingle bad IPs.
Optimal Source-Based Filtering of Malicious Traffic
Aunque la tesis está escrita en español, mantendremos algunas palabras de uso común en inglés, aquí clusters se puede traducir como “agrupamientos” o çúmulos" 3Del inglés quasi-stellar objects.
The quantum origins of the cosmological asymmetry
Si el ensamble ˜E contine elementos de diversos sub-ensambles Eα se le conoce como mezcla (mixture en inglés).
The quantum origins of the cosmological asymmetry
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