Vpon a daye the sayde Piso made a dyner, and sente a seruaunt to desire Clodius the Consull to come and dyne with him.
All other thinges consydered, she determined to dyne fyrste.
The intensity of field which acts on a unit pole with a force of one dyne.
The unit of work is that which is required to overcome a resistance of a dyne over a centimetre, and is called an Erg.
The name comes from two Greek words, “dyne” meaning “force” and the other part meaning “different.”
And we dined at Semi Donos, where we had great cheare and kind entertaynment; and the Hollanders are to dyne theare to morrow.
In every case it is some 'dyne,' or witch, that has been at work with her damnable spells and charms.
metric unit of force, 1873, from German use of Greek dynamis "power" (see dynamic (adj.)); perhaps also influenced by French dyne, which had been proposed c.1842 as a unit of force in a different sense.
A centimeter-gram-second unit of force, equal to the force required to impart an acceleration of one centimeter per second per second to a mass of one gram.