noun Chiefly British Dialect.
Origin of ingle
Examples from the Web for ingle
But the relations between Ingle and Cornwallis are rather perplexing.Captain Richard Ingle|Edward Ingle
"We must be ready to rush in if Ingle uses him too hard," announced Cornwaleys.
And I remembered the figure of my father in the big chair by the ingle, powerless and lost in his search for rhymes.Romance|Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
After breakfast Ingle and I went round all our emplacements.Letters from France|Isaac Alexander Mack
Ingle joined with good-humor in the ringing cheer that followed.
British Dictionary definitions for ingle
Word Origin for ingle
Word Origin and History for ingle
"fireplace," c.1500, from Scottish, probably from Gaelic aingeal "fire," of uncertain origin. The vogue for Scottish poetry in late 18c. introduced ingleside, ingle-nook to literary English.