Dul may refer to:
- Dul Madoba, a Somali group
- Dul Koeun, Cambodian politician
- Dul Rural District, in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran
Důl is a village and municipality ( obec) in Pelhřimov District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic.
The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 55 (as at 2 October 2006).
Důl lies approximately west of Pelhřimov, west of Jihlava, and south-east of Prague.
Usage examples of "dul".
You were baptized Ursula, but called Tulla from the start, a nickname probably derived from Thula the Koshnavian water nymph, who lived in Osterwick Lake and was written in various ways: Duller, Tolle, Tullatsch, Thula or Dul, Tul, Thul.
At Long Duling, final stop on the languorous river-taxi route, Indonesia Today offered the practical suggestion that the adventuresome traveler seek out the services of one Pa Jutoh Den, combination headman, police official, and tour agent, whose sons were highly recommended as guides on any further jaunts into the wilderness up-country.
The assault conviction, a couple of DUls, tax problems, health code violations at the bar, run-ins with agents of the Department of Natural Resources for taking more than his legal limit of damn near every living creature that had a season on it.