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shingle (n.2) 'loose stones on a seashore,' 1510s, probably related to Norwegian singl 'small stones,' or North Frisian singel 'gravel,' both said to be echoic of the sound of water running over pebbles.
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SHINGLE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary shingle definition: 1. small, round stones that cover a beach or the ground by the edge of a river: 2. a thin, flat tile usually made of wood, that is fixed in rows to make a roof or wall covering 3. a sign outside a building that says someone is running a business, especially a doctor or lawyer. Learn more.

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Shingle Define Shingle at Meaning 'small signboard' is first attested 1842. Sense of 'woman's short haircut' is from 1924; the verb meaning 'to cut the hair so as to give the impression of overlapping shingles' is from 1857. Sense of 'woman's short haircut' is from 1924; the verb meaning 'to cut the hair so as to give the impression of overlapping shingles' is from 1857.

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Shingle definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary The sand and shingle beach is great for horse riding or a sunset stroll. The Sun ( 2015 ) Walking for any distance along shingle bank is punishing on the legs . Times, Sunday Times ( 2009 ) The great shingle bank is rather tentatively attached to the land in the north.

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Shingle Meaning Video shows what shingle means. A small, thin piece of building material, often with one end thicker than the other, for laying in overlapping rows as a covering for the roof or sides of a building..

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Shingles - Wikipedia Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral disease characterized by a painful skin rash with blisters in a localized area. Typically the rash occurs in a single, wide stripe either on the left or right side of the body or face. Two to four days before the rash occurs there may be tingling or local pain in the area.

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Shingles Definition of Shingles by Merriam-Webster History and Etymology for shingles. Middle English schingles, by folk etymology from Medieval Latin cingulus, from Latin cingulum girdle — more at cingulum

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Shingles Define Shingles at Meaning 'small signboard' is first attested 1842. Sense of 'woman's short haircut' is from 1924; the verb meaning 'to cut the hair so as to give the impression of overlapping shingles' is from 1857. Sense of 'woman's short haircut' is from 1924; the verb meaning 'to cut the hair so as to give the impression of overlapping shingles' is from 1857.

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Shingle - definition of shingle by The Free Dictionary shingle - coarse beach gravel of small waterworn stones and pebbles (or a stretch of shore covered with such gravel) crushed rock , gravel - rock fragments and pebbles 3.