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Definition of "dona" []

  • A Portuguese title of address equivalent to Mrs or Madam: placed before a name to indicate respect (noun)

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Use "dona" in a sentence
  • "Beidh an �it caidheach ach ar a laghad t� an teocht islithe, mar sin n� bheidh an boladh chomh dona is a bhf�adfa� a bheith."
  • "Does the coster actually worship his 'dona' with so fine a chivalry?"
  • "These payments appear to have rested on the feudal principle of the gracious or voluntary aid and to have been called "dona," though the people of that time were in general more accurate in the distinctions they made between things than in the use of the terms applied to them."
  • "These payments appear to have rested on the feudal principle of the gracious or voluntary aid and to have been called "dona," though the people of that time were in general more accurate in the distinctions they made between things than in the use of the terms applied to them."