dennage

dennage
dinnage

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • dinnage — brushwood, branches, boughs, bark, etc, placed as a mat on which dried fish is laid in a vessel s hold or spread on a flake (q.v.) (Newfoundland). Also spelled dennage, dynnage and dunnage …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Denidge — This most interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from the Anglo Latin word dennagium, dennage, donage , meaning to stow or secure with dunnage. Hence dunnage was the term given to brushwood, mats, or any light, loose …   Surnames reference

  • Dennidge — This most interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from the Anglo Latin word dennagium, dennage, donage , meaning to stow or secure with dunnage. Hence dunnage was the term given to brushwood, mats, or any light, loose …   Surnames reference

  • Dimnage — This most interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from the Anglo Latin word dennagium, dennage, donage , meaning to stow or secure with dunnage. Hence dunnage was the term given to brushwood, mats, or any light, loose …   Surnames reference

  • Dinnage — This most interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from the Anglo Latin word dennagium, dennage, donage , meaning to stow or secure with dunnage. Hence dunnage was the term given to brushwood, mats, or any light, loose …   Surnames reference

  • Downage — This most interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from the Anglo Latin word dennagium, dennage, donage , meaning to stow or secure with dunnage. Hence dunnage was the term given to brushwood, mats, or any light, loose …   Surnames reference

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