Dines is a surname which is either English or Jewish Romanian.
Dines is a Jewish Romanian surname, derived from a woman named Dina. In Yiddish (old Jewish language, used mostly in eastern Europe and USA), it meant Dina's children. Today, the family is located in Israel, Romania, Brasil and USA.
Dines is an English surname which may refer to:
- Alberto Dines (born 1932), Brazilian journalist
- Bill Dines (1916–1992), English cricketer
- Dino Dines (1944–2004), English keyboardist
- John Somers Dines (18 June 1885 – 15 May 1980), English meteorologist
- Joseph Dines (1886–1918), English amateur football (soccer) player
- Rebecca Dines, Australian actress
- William Henry Dines (1855–1927), English meteorologist
- Dines Bjørner (born 1932), Danish computer scientist
- Dines Green, housing estate on the west bank of the city of Worcester, England
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Other articles related to "dines":
... traditionally operated the majority of bus services in Worcester, including the Dines Green estate ... First used to operate a night service to Dines Green in 2002 ... Number From To Via Operator Notes 30 Dines Green Worcester First Red Diamond (from 1 September 2009) N30 Dines Green Worcester Red Diamond (from 1 ...
... Alberto Dines, Morte no Paraíso, a Tragédia de Stefan Zweig, Editora Nova Fronteira 1981, (rev ... ed.) Editora Rocco 2004 Alberto Dines, Tod im Paradies ... Proceedings of the Stafan Zweig Symposium, texts by Alberto Dines, Randolph J ...
... Dines with her pistol ... At the time Dines was romantically involved with Normand's friend (and frequent Chaplin co-star) Edna Purviance ...
... Formerly farming land, Dines Green was built in the late 1950s by the building contractor Spicers and consisted of a mix of semi-detached homes and ... The original residents of Dines Green were working class families at the lower end of the social scale ... When Dines Green was built a small play area for children was provided, but it was lost together with other small grassed areas during the 1980s restoration of the estate ...
... Joseph Frank Dines (12 April 1886 – 27 September 1918) was an English amateur football player who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics ... Dines was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk, where he worked as a school teacher ... Dines later moved to the Ilford/South Woodford area ...
Famous quotes containing the word dines:
“He rides in the Row at ten oclock in the morning, goes to the Opera three times a week, changes his clothes at least five times a day, and dines out every night of the season. You dont call that leading an idle life, do you?”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“Take adultery or theft.
It is evil who dines on the soul,
stretching out its long bone tongue.
It is evil who tweezers my heart,
picking out its atomic worms.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)