din-din

[ din-din ]
/ ˈdɪnˌdɪn /

noun Baby Talk.

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Origin of din-din

First recorded in 1900–05; by shortening and reduplication
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Example sentences from the Web for din-din

  • But baby had no heart for play and, withdrawing her hand, pointed to the porringer with the suggestive remark: "Din-din, now."

    Rose in Bloom|Louisa May Alcott
  • Wants to lap up keemy and nibbst fish at the Prince George for your din-din?