Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An element in many scientific words of Greek origin, meaning ‘terrible, mighty, huge.’
- n. A male given name
- From the Italian Dino (Wiktionary)
“The word "Dino" is tattooed on the right side of her neck.”
“She is about 5-foot-6 and has the word "Dino" tattooed on the right side of her neck, police said.”
“Harrold is officially a Re-Puke in Dino clothing … … ….”
“Dude if you think Dino is a RINO this state is in worse shape than even I thought.”
“Dino is into the baseball the most, and Mr. Slate thinks the tennis is the best!”
“The thing the Democrats fail to consider going back to Dino is that KCE kept finding more ballots after every count.”
“Smith was referring to Dino Rossi, a former state senator who lost twice to Gregoire.”
“The name Dino came from Ferrari's late son, a gifted young engineer who was said to have drawn up the basic configuration of its 2. 5-litre V6 engine before dying of muscular dystrophy in 1956, aged”
“Congrats to Greg Reinacker - Founder/CTO of Newsgator, who have launched their beta of 'Dino' - which is not a new model Ferrari, but the first luxury GT of the Enterprise RSS set.”
“h/t Dino, who earned "Dishonourable mention to Dazzlin Dino, another retarded blogger, and his shady, shady Mexican Cancer Clinic scam-beg.”
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