Dink

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Dink or DINK may refer to:

Places[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Characters[edit]

  • Dink Meeker, in the Ender's Game series of books by Orson Scott Card
  • "Dink" Dunkin, a child detective in the A to Z Mysteries novel series
  • Dink Stover, in stories and novels by Owen Johnson
  • Dink, a child character in the 1931 film The Champ, played by Jackie Cooper
  • Dink, in the 1953 film The Clown, a remake of The Champ
  • Dink (James Bond), a woman in the James Bond film Goldfinger
  • Dinks, a group of munchkin-like characters in red robes in the 1987 movie Spaceballs
  • Dink Jenkins, in the 2000 film My Dog Skip, played by Luke Wilson
  • Bud Dink, on the Nickelodeon and Disney television series Doug
  • the title character of Dink, the Little Dinosaur, a 1980s American children's animated series
  • Dink, a recurring character in the TV series Private Practice
  • Dink, in the animated TV series Cubeez
  • the main character of Dink Smallwood, a role-playing video game made in 1997

Other[edit]

  • Dink (band), an American industrial rock band
  • "D.I.N.K", a season 2 episode of Sanjay and Craig

People[edit]

Slang[edit]

  • DINK (acronym) or "Dual Income, No Kids", a couple living together with no kids
  • Beanie (seamed cap), occasionally known as a "dink" in the context of American college hazing

Sports[edit]

  • In volleyball, tapping the ball just barely over the net after faking a spike
  • In tennis, a soft drop shot
  • In soccer, chipping the ball lightly
  • In footvolley, hitting the ball over the net with one's head
  • In pickleball, a soft shot into or just past the non-volley zone (the kitchen) meant to make your opponent reach or lift

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