Origin of dyne
Examples from the Web for dyne
All other thinges consydered, she determined to dyne fyrste.
Vpon a daye the sayde Piso made a dyner, and sente a seruaunt to desire Clodius the Consull to come and dyne with him.
The intensity of field which acts on a unit pole with a force of one dyne.Hawkins Electrical Guide, Number One|Nehemiah Hawkins
The name comes from two Greek words, “dyne” meaning “force” and the other part meaning “different.”Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son|John Mills
And we dined at Semi Donos, where we had great cheare and kind entertaynment; and the Hollanders are to dyne theare to morrow.Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II|Richard Cocks