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The term Don or DON may refer to

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People with the name Don

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See also don

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English

Etymology 1

Proper noun

Singular
Don

Plural
-

Don

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

Etymology 2

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Proper noun

Singular
Don

Plural
-

Don

  1. River in European Russia, flowing 1200 mile to the Sea of Azov.
Translations

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Etymology 3

Proper noun

Don

  1. River in Scotland, flowing 62 mile to the North Sea.

Anagrams

  • Anagrams of dno
  • nod

Dutch

Proper noun

Don m.

  1. Don, River in Russia.

Spanish

Etymology

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

Noun

Don m. (plural Dones)

Singular
Don m.

Plural
Dones m.

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

Usage notes

May be written with upper- or lowercase.

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Simple English

The English Wiktionary has a dictionary definition (meanings of a word) for:

Don is a abbreviation of proper names such as Donald, Donny and Donnie. It also means to put clothes on.

Famous Don's

  • Don Johnson, American actor
  • Don Quioxte, novel
  • Don Juan, fictional libertine
  • Don Franklin, actor
  • Don Corleone, fictional Mafioso
  • Don Baylor, Major League Baseball coach
  • Don Cornelius, creator of Soul Train
  • Don Ameche, actor
  • Don Ho, musician
  • Don Knotts, comedic actor
  • Don Mattingly, First baseman
  • Don Johnson, actor
  • Don Rickles, stand-up comedian
  • Donald Rumsfeld, Unites States Secretary of Defense
  • Don Shula, football coach
  • Donna Summer, American singer
  • Don Sutton, Major League Baseball player
  • Don Williams, American country singer, songwriter
  • Don Osmond, American singer, musician, actor
  • Don Zimmer, former infielder, manager, and coach in Major League Baseball
  • Don Meredith, former American football quarterback in the National Football League







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