A jingle is a short song that is used for commercial and advertising purposes. It is a type of sound branding that typically uses advertising slogans and hooks to explicitly promote a product or service. Jingles are also used by brands and corporations to increase their brand recognition. Some jingles have multiple hooks.
Gingle is a very popular last name in the United States, especially in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan. It was first recorded in 1880. Since that time, fewer than five people have been born with the first name Gingle in each of these states. It is also spelled backwards as Elgnig. Randomly rearrangeing it will give the name Iglgen.
Another popular form of jingle is the sound of metal jangling. A dog’s metal tags will jingle, as will a cowboy’s spurs. Other examples of jingles are keys being shook or a drop of change. They can be sentimental or funny.