In English, ding ding is an onomatopoeia word referring to the sound of a ringing bell. The earliest surviving reference to the word appears in the Annals of the Four Masters under the year 1015 A.D. as follows-
"Macliag, i.e. Muircheartach, son of Cuceartach, chief poet of Ireland at that time, died. His last quatrain was this: O Bell, which art at the head of my pillow, to visit thee no friends come; Though thou makest thy ‘ding dang,’ it is by thee the salt is measured'."
Ding ding may refer to:
- Ring-A-Ding-Ding, 1961 album by Frank Sinatra
- "Ring-dinge-ding", 1967 Netherlands entry in the Eurovision Song Contest
- "Ring a Ding Ding", 2005 single by Brakes
- "Ring Ding Ding", 2006 single by Pondlife (see Crazy Frog)
- Ding Ding Tong, traditional Hong Kong confectionery
- Ding-ding, and away, a type of railway accident
- Hong Kong Tramways, which is nicknamed "Ding Ding" because of the sound of its bell.
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