or gin·gal, gin·gall
- jiménez de quesada,
- jiménez de quesada, gonzalo,
- jiménez, juan ramón,
- jinghis khan,
- jingle bell,
- jingle shell
Origin of jingal
Examples from the Web for jingal
The jingal was fired no more, the musketry had dropped, and the stillness remained perfectly unbroken.
Jack ran to the window, and as he did so, the jingal roared, and crash came the heavy shot into the door.
The jingal, a big muzzle-loader on a stand of iron forks, was touched off and a heavy shot crashed into the door.
From near the top of this ridge a jingal soon began firing, and kept up an intermittent cannonade for several hours.
But normally, in the latter stages of its flight, the jingal bullet lets you know it is coming.