- Noun. An imbecile, an idiot. From 'dim'.
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Dimmock — may refer to: Arthur Dimmock MBE D.Arts (1918–2007), an English writer on deaf matters Charlie Dimmock (born 1966), an English gardening expert and presenter Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills, a case concerning the use of Al… … Wikipedia
Dimmock — This unusual and long established surname is of English origin, and is habitational from a place called Dymock in Gloucestershire. The place has an uncertain etymology, but it may be derived from the British word which is akin to the Welsh tymoch … Surnames reference
Dimmock — n. family name; Charlie Dimmock (born 1966 as Charlotte Eloise Dimmock), British gardening expert who presents a gardening television show on BBC … English contemporary dictionary
dimmock — n British a dull witted person. The use of the term, which is based on dim(mo) and terms such as lummock and pillock, predates the television fame of the busty female gardener Charlie Dimmock … Contemporary slang
dimmock — Mawdesley Glossary an inferior object, a reject, as in sorting vegetables, potatoes etc … English dialects glossary
Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills — was a case heard in September–October 2007 in the High Court of Justice of England and Wales, concerning the permissibility of the government providing Al Gore s documentary An Inconvenient Truth to English state schools as a teaching aid. The… … Wikipedia
Dimmock v Hallett — Court Court of Appeal in Chancery Date decided 13 November 1866 Citation(s) (1866 67) LR 2 Ch App 21 Case opinions Sir GJ Turner LJ and Sir HM Cairns LJ Dimmock v Hallett (1866 67) LR 2 Ch App 21 is an … Wikipedia
Charlie Dimmock — Born Charlotte Elouise Dimmock 10 August 1966 (1966 08 10) (age 45) Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK Education Wellow Primary School, The Mountbatten School, and Horticultural college … Wikipedia
Arthur Dimmock — Arthur Frederick Dimmock MBE D.Arts (born 15 July, 1918 in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear died 25 November, 2007, in Hayling Island, Hampshire), was an English writer on deaf matters.Dimmock became deaf through meningitis during early childhood.… … Wikipedia
Peter Dimmock — Peter Harold Dimmock CBE, CVO (born December 6, 1920) is a pioneering former sports broadcaster of British television during its formative years in the 1950s. He was the first host of long running BBC Grandstand and also the first host of the BBC … Wikipedia