[inj for 1; ing for 2]
  1. William (Mot·ter) [mot-er] /ˈmɒt ər/, 1913–73, U.S. playwright.
  2. William Ralph,1860–1954, Anglican clergyman, scholar, and author: dean of St. Paul's 1911–34. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of inge

  • Stenkil died in 1066, leaving two sons, Halsten and Inge, both minors.


    Victor Nilsson

  • For this reason he was dethroned, and his brother Inge called in from Russia.


    Victor Nilsson

  • And bow-happiness is a girl named Inge Klohbel now that you're almost a man.

    The Syndic

    C.M. Kornbluth

  • Inge answered by outlawing his nephew and all his adherents.

    The Story of Norway

    Hjalmar H. Boyesen

  • What Dr. Inge, who quotes these words, says of Plotinus declares his own character.

    Painted Windows

    Harold Begbie

British Dictionary definitions for inge


  1. William Ralph, known as the Gloomy Dean. 1860–1954, English theologian, noted for his pessimism; dean of St Paul's Cathedral (1911–34)
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