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nounEnglish Regional, Yorkshire
A slit or opening in an external wall of a building.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Churchwardens' Accounts Minchinhampton. Origin uncertain; apparently from dream + hole, on account of the sound of the bells passing through such holes in a church steeple.
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