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DONabbr.
Serbian German French
docentProfessordon
nastavnikUniversitätsdozentdoña
profesorUniversitätsdozentinmettre
don, Donaufsetzenporter
španska titulaanziehen
obućianlegen
obući seDon

donn.a title used in Britain for professors or tutors (especially at Oxford)

donn.
  1. a title used before men's names in some Spanish speaking countries
  2. a Spanish title of respect for a gentleman or nobleman


donv.to put on; to place upon oneself

Donf.(Welsh) Goddess; mother of Gwydion and Arianrod(Arianrhod); corresponds to Irish Danu.

Donn.
  1. a European river in southwestern Russia; flows into the Sea of Azov; also called: Don River
  2. river in the Russian Federation, rising to the S of Moscow and entering the northeast extremity of the Sea of Azov; length 1,900 km/1,180 mi; in its lower reaches the Don is 1.5 km/1 mi wide, and for about four months of the year it is closed by ice; its upper course is linked with the river Volga by a canal
  3. during World War II, Soviet forces gained valuable bridgeheads on the river from which they were able to mount a counteroffensive to the German invasion, swinging south to cut off the German 6th Army at Stalingrad Nov 1942; the expansion of this Soviet front forced those German units capable of escaping to cross the river and reorganize well to the west

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DONabbr.director of nursing