Glenn vs Dell - What's the difference?
As a noun glenn
As a verb glenn
As a proper noun dell is
(en proper noun
, variant of Glen.
, fairly popular in the middle of the 20th century.
* 1937 Clara Studer, Sky storming Yankee , Stackpole sons, 1937, page 19:
*: The Glen was the prettiest place she knew, so pretty she thought she ought to name her first baby after it. With another "n" added "to make it look more like a name", she called him Glenn Hammond Curtiss. The middle name was taken from the town itself, or its first settler, Lazarus Hammond.
*: The whimsy of naming her son after a local landmark was typical of Lua Curtiss. Then too a name like Glenn Hammond Curtiss has sweep and resonance, was much less commonplace than Harry or Jim or Charlie; or Frank, like his father.
* 1794, , lines 49-50
- To this day they dwell
- In a lonely dell .
(obsolete) A young woman; a wench.
* Ben Jonson
- In dells and dales, concealed from human sight.
- Sweet doxies and dells .
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