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in·gle

 (ĭng′gəl)
n.
1. An open fire in a fireplace.
2. A fireplace.

[Perhaps Scottish Gaelic aingeal, fire, light.]

ingle

(ˈɪŋɡəl)
n
archaic or dialect a fire in a room or a fireplace
[C16: probably from Scottish Gaelic aingeal fire]

in•gle

(ˈɪŋ gəl)

n.
1. a fire burning in a hearth.
2. a fireplace; hearth.
[1500–10; < Scottish Gaelic aingeal fire]
References in classic literature ?
His wee bit ingle, blinkin bonnily, His clean hearth-stane, his thriftie wifie's smile, The lisping infant prattling on his knee, Does a' his weary carking care beguile, An' makes him quite forget his labour and his toil.
No sign of occult art is to be seen, unless the bundles of dried herbs hanging to the rack and in the ingle and the row of labelled phials on one of the shelves betoken it.
Sky Radio Network recently interviewed MTNA Executive Director Gary Ingle for a segment about music education.
LEGENDARY trainer Brendan Ingle claims Junior Witter is as good as his greatest discovery, Naseem Hamed.
Ingle, a geochemist at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.
Robin Ingle, a statistician with the agency's Division of Hazard Analysis, told the Commission that ATV-related deaths and injuries have indeed been increasing in the last few years.
NASEEM HAMED is getting to grips with his first professional defeat as his former trainer Brendan Ingle insisted: "If he'd stuck with me you'd have been better than Muhammad Ali.
The BBC have come under fire from the British Medical Association for their plans to broadcast footage of the boxing bill which left Paul Ingle fighting for his life.
PAUL INGLE would have died if he had not been knocked out during Saturday night's world featherweight title fight.
IBF FEATHERWEIGHT champion Paul Ingle was undergoing emergency brain surgery at Hallamshire Hospital last night with suspected brain damage after being knocked out by South African Mbulelo Botile in the final round of his world title defence.
Ingle II, who will retain the title of chairman of the board (which he has held since 2004), and continue his day-to-day active operational role in the executive leadership of the company.
WALES Women's skipper Sophie Ingle admits Bristol Academy's Champions League quarter-final clash is the biggest of her career to date.