Found records in England dating from 900 A.D. In the English version, Dinges/Dingus/Dingess means 'he who lives in a house in a narrow valley'.
Dingess is an approximation. It is spelled many ways, from Tinis to Dennis.
There is a book on this name, title "Blair and Allied Families" by Burdette Blair, at the Letcher County Genealogical and Historical Society, P O Boc 512, Whitesburg, Kentucky.
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