Crossword clues for dal
- Lentil sauce
- East Indian dish
- ___ segno (musical repeat sign)
- ___ segno (from the sign in music)
- Western half of a Texas city
- Unit of metric volume
- TX metropolis
- The NFL's Cowboys, on scoreboards
- Staple food of Bangladesh
- Split pea
- Spicy lentil stew
- Spicy lentil sauce
- Spiced lentil stew
- Spiced lentil dish
- NYG rival in the NFC East
- Mavericks' city, on scoreboards
- Mavericks, on scoreboards
- Lentil dish often served with naan
- Lentil dish in Mumbai
- It's near FTW
- Indian pea
- Indian legume dish
- Indian food staple
- Indian dish that's often a stew
- East Indian lentil stew
- East Indian lentil sauce
- Cowboys, on scoreboards
- Chana ___
- -- segno (sheet-music term)
- Lentil dish at an Indian restaurant
- The Mavericks, on scoreboards
- The Cowboys, on scoreboards
- AT&T Stadium team, on scoreboards
- The Cowboys, on a scoreboard
- A metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 10 liters
- Lake in Kashmir
- River in Sweden
- Swedish river
- ___ segno: Mus. dir.
- Eighth Arabic letter
- "___ labbro . . . ": Verdi aria
- Pigeon pea
- Arabic letter
- River in Sweden (3)
- Served in Hyderabad, a lentil dish
- Pulse of youngster returning
- Pulse of boy after being knocked over
- Indian pulse puree
- Indian lentil dish
- ___ segno (musical direction)
- Indian dish with stewed legumes
- ___ segno (from the repeat sign, in music)
- Indian lentil stew
- Lentil dish on an Indian menu
- NFC East team
- NFL's Cowboys, on scoreboards
- Metric unit equal to 10 liters
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Dal \Dal\ (d[aum]l), n. [Hind.] Split pulse, esp. of Cajanus Indicus. [East Indies]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1690s, from Hindi dal "split pulse," from Sanskrit dala, from dal "to split."
n. (alternative spelling of dahl English)
Dal is an Indian food, often made from lentils.
Dal or DAL may also refer to:
- Dal, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Dal, Kurdistan, a village in Kurdistan Province, Iran
- Dal, Norway, a village in Eidsvoll, Norway
- Dal Hundred, a hundred of Östergötland, Sweden
- Dal River, a river in Sweden
- Dál, the Hungarian name for Deal village, Câlnic Commune, Alba County, Romania
- Dal Lake, a lake in India
- Dal, a village in Ke Chong, Cambodia
- Dallas, Texas
In other uses:
- dal or daL, the symbol for decalitre
- Ḏāl, an Arabic letter
- Dal (letter) or Dalet, a letter in many Semitic alphabets
- Dal (Doctor Who), a fictional alien race in Doctor Who
- DALnet, a large IRC network
- Dalhousie University, a university in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Data access layer, a software architecture layer
- Database abstraction layer, a software architecture layer
- Design Assurance Level
- Diplomatic Academy of London, University of Westminster
- Direct Algebraic Logic (D.A.L.), SHARP's terminology for a method for entering equations on scientific calculators which allows symbols and numbers to be entered as they are written.
- Dallas Love Field's IATA code
- Delta Air Lines's ICAO code
- Dal people one of the scheduled tribes of India
- Dal or dahl, a dish or preparation of lentils or other pulses
- Dal Doll, a type of Korean Pullip doll
- Dal, a character in The Tribe
- Date A Live, a Japanese light novel series.
- Deutsche Afrika-Linien, a German shipping company based in Hamburg
(, also be transcribed as ) is one of the six letters the Arabic alphabet added to the twenty-two inherited from the Phoenician alphabet (the others being , , , , ). In Modern Standard Arabic it represents . In name and shape, it is a variant of . Its numerical value is 700 (see abjad numerals).The Arabic letter ذ is named ذال . It is written is several ways depending in its position in the word: The South Arabian alphabet retained a symbol for , .
When representing this sound in transliteration of Arabic into Hebrew, it is written as .
This sound is found in English, as in the words "those" or "then". In English the sound is normally rendered " dh" when transliterated from foreign languages, but when it occurs in English words it is one of the pronunciations occurring for the letters " th".
Dal is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Gözde Dal, Turkish volleyball player
- Nedim Dal, Turkish basketball player
- Oleg Dal, Soviet actor
- Vladimir Dal, Russian lexicographer
Dal or Dhal is a dried pulse ( lentil, pea or various types of bean) which has been split.
The outer hull is usually stripped off; dal that has not been hulled is described as chilka (skin), e.g. chilka urad dal, mung dal chilka. The word dal is also used to name the thick stew prepared from these pulses, an important part of Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi cuisine. Dal or lentils is staple food eaten with rice and roti or chapati (wheat-based flat bread) throughout India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal where Dal Bhat (literally: dhal and rice) is the staple food for much of the population. Dal is a ready source of proteins for a balanced diet containing no meat.
Usage examples of "dal".
I could not possibly guess what such a high dignitary of State could want with my humble person, yet the message made us rather anxious, for Cantarini dal Zoffo was one of the Inquisitors, that is to say, a bird of very ill omen.
Circa alla parte romantica, se non fosse adorna della storica, in cui mi credo competente, e dal merito di svelare i vizi e le nefandezze del pretismo, io non avrei tediato il pubblico, nel secolo in cui scrivono romanzi i Manzoni, i Guerrazzi ed i Victor Hugo.
Eminenza il cardinale Procopio, ministro di Stato, fu avvisato dal Questore del Quirinale della fuga di Manlio e del modo violento con cui era stato sottratto.
Appoggiato dal governo, ed autorizzato a marciare alla testa del reggimento di cui aveva il comando, il principe non era sicuro per mancanza di pratica dei luoghi chiusi da foltissimi boschi di poter riuscire, laonde chiese al cardinale A.
Egli deve fare una peregrinazione di propaganda in molte parti della penisola e principiare dal Veneto.
For helping to spot mistakes and helping with the research that went into this series, I want to thank Arlan Andrews, Greg Edington, John Filpus, Stanley Foo, David Hulan, Damon Knight, Dal Koger, Mike McManus, and Bill Seney.
Dal began filling syringes while Tiger and Jack started inoculating the two groups.
Own Word, simply because Kin Dal and Larin could not keep from each other!
Giulia e Clelia che non erano lontane e mettendo innanzi la condizione, che Attilio e lui le avrebbero seguite nel sotterraneo dove toccava loro come capi a scendere gli ultimi e non i primi, giunse a rimoverle dal loro ostinato diniego.
Nel breviario Romano approvato dal Concilio di Trento a pagina 498 sez.
Silvia fu scossa dal rimbombo della scarica e certamente per la sua delicata natura, quel tuonare subitaneo in quella silenziosa solitudine ebbe qualche cosa di straordinario.
Tutti corsero alla marina festosi ad accogliere la cara ospite, seguiti pure dal vecchio capo della famiglia che per gli anni e i malanni divenuto lento seguiva da lontano la giovine e svelta brigata.
Southmarch Castle Earl of Daler s Troth, an Eddon cousin of Brennish ancestry, related to Meriel.
Ma Roma cadeva sotto i colpi del dispotismo Europeo, spaventato dal rivivere della padrona del mondo e dal terribile incubo della repubblica, e capitanato dalla grande repubblica di Francia condannata a morte per questo suo orrendo misfatto.
Hundreds of the unafflicted people were crowding around the ship, staring in open wonder as Dal, Jack and Tiger came down the ladder and went into close conference with the spokesman.