dimple


dimple
n. & v.
—n. a small hollow or dent in the flesh, esp. in the cheeks or chin.
—v.
1 intr. produce or show dimples.
2 tr. produce dimples in (a cheek etc.).
Derivatives:
dimply adj.
Etymology: ME prob. f. OE dympel (unrecorded) f. a Gmc root dump-, perh. a nasalized form rel. to DEEP

Useful english dictionary. 2012.