There he urged family-appointed lawyers ding Xikun and Si Weijiang not to abandon the defense of Chen Kegui.
Holmes and Rahe used 300 (ding ding ding) as the cutoff to predict a high risk of illness.
She was going to be a point person on health-care reform, and they needed to ding her.
I woke up to the morning like any other, to the "ding ding" of the instant messenger letting me know my husband was online.
My frendt, dere ish shoost one ding lacking to make dish blay gomplete.
ding it all to gosh, here it is after one o'clock an' you still talkin'.
Thats what Ive been trying to ding into you fellows, only you wouldnt listen.
If they were there to work, he would take off his coat and ding on with the best of them.
I can see the bell move to and fro, and for an instant seem to hear the ding, dong; but it is gone before I can identify it.
Waster can trim ding Dong to a certainty at a mile and a quarter.
1819, "to sound as metal when struck," possibly abstracted from ding-dong, of imitative origin. The meaning "to deal heavy blows" is c.1300, probably from Old Norse dengja "to hammer," perhaps also imitative. Meaning "dent" is 1960s. Related: Dinged; dinging.
Old English deorling "darling, favorite minion," double diminutive of deor "dear" (see dear (adj.)). The vowel shift from -e- to -a- (16c.) is usual for -er- followed by a consonant. "It is better to be An olde mans derlyng, than a yong mans werlyng" (1562).
Homeless: in the ding camp at San Jose
Ps. 22:20; 35:17) means an "only one."