Don

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Don

  1. A diminutive of the male given name Donald or Gordon.

Etymology 2[edit]

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Don in Rostov oblast

Don

  1. A river in European Russia, flowing 1200 miles to the Sea of Azov. Called Tanais in classical sources.
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Don

  1. A river in Scotland, flowing 62 miles to the North Sea.
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Dutch[edit]

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Don m

  1. Don, river in Russia.

Finnish[edit]

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Don

  1. Don (river in Russia)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Don (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative Don
genitive Donin
partitive Donia
illative Doniin
singular plural
nominative Don
accusative nom.? Don
gen. Donin
genitive Donin
partitive Donia
inessive Donissa
elative Donista
illative Doniin
adessive Donilla
ablative Donilta
allative Donilleˣ
essive Donina
translative Doniksi
instructive
abessive Donitta
comitative

German[edit]

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Don m

  1. Don (river in Russia)

Noun[edit]

Don m

  1. don (honorific title, especially in Spain and Italy)

Hungarian[edit]

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Don

  1. Don (river in Russia)

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Polish[edit]

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Don m

  1. Don (river in Russia)

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Portuguese[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Don m

  1. Don (river in European Russia)

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin dominus (lord), from domus (house).

Noun[edit]

Don m (plural Dones)

  1. A title of respect to a man, prefixed to Christian names (similar to English lord).

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May be written with upper- or lowercase.

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