Dingwall

==History== Its English name, derived from the Scandinavian Þingvöllr (field or meeting-place of the thing, or local assembly; compare Tynwald, Tingwall, Thingwall in the British Isles alone, plus many others across northern Europe), preserves the Viking connections of the town; Gaels call it Inbhir Pheofharain (pron), meaning `the mouth of the....
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Dingwall

[name] Dingwall or Dingwell is a Scottish surname but is of Viking origin. == Origins of the Name == This is a habitation surname, derived from an already existing place name, the town of Dingwall in Ross-shire. According to the old Statistical Account of Scotland, the name, formerly Dignaval or Digna vallis, took its origin from the richne...
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Dingwall

[Parliament of Scotland constituency] Dingwall in Ross-shire was a burgh constituency that elected one commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland and to the Convention of Estates. After the Acts of Union 1707, Dingwall, Dornoch, Kirkwall, Tain and Wick formed the Tain district of burghs, returning one member between them to the House of Com...
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Dingwall

Dingwall (ding'wôl, –wul) , town (1991 pop. 4,842), Highland, N Scotland, at the head of Cromarty Firth. It is the market town for eastern Ross and the Black Isle district.
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