There is a question: I know that a room for dinner should be called dining room, but I found another spelling in a dictionary like this 'dinning room'. I doubt the spelling of 'dinning room', what's your opinion?
Here's an online version of the article from which you quote (about 8 paragraphs up from the bottom). "Dinning" is a typographical error. Sadly, your dictionary link is not helpful but if it contains the spelling "dinning room" for a place where you dine, it also has the typo
Both points made by Julian (post #7) are correct. And the dictionary you cited is not an English-language dictionary. You are better off using the WordReference dictionary or one of the other reputable online free dictionaries such as dictionary.com, thefreedictionary.com, or merriam-webster.
Hi all, I was just watching Vaughan English TV in Spain and I saw diNNing room shown on screen! Dining room is spelt with only one N because it derives from the verb TO DINE... so we remove the E and add ING, no need for another N. I think that's the reason