- plural Dani (ˈdɑːnɪ) a member of a New Guinea people living in the central highlands of West Irian
- the language of this people, probably related to other languages of New Guinea
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Dani Chiesi, a glamorous trader and Rajaratnam associate, was arrested and paraded in front of cameras sans makeup.Charles Gasparino Details Insider-Trading Investigations in New Book, ‘Circle of Friends’
July 3, 2013
Dani Targaryen is the new girl in school but is still obsessed with dragons.Introducing ‘School of Thrones’: ‘Game of Thrones’ Parody Web Series
March 9, 2013
Viewed like this, the Dani violence is worse that the bloodiest Pacific battle of WWII.
Diamond reckons the latter as 0.14 percent of the Dani population—more than at Okinawa.
Yesterday Dani Dayan, head of the Council of Settlements, was interviewed on Israel Radio.Subtlety, Mr. Obama, Doesn't Work
December 3, 2012
But this man fell sick and died when he had come to the country of the Dani.
After these they passed by the nations of the Dani, without suffering violence at the hands of the barbarians there.
His ita gestis, Dani cum rege suo nomine Chlochilaico evectu navale per mare Gallias appetunt.
Quo euenit ut Sueones, paulo ante Dani potitores, ne su quidem salutis potientes existerent.
Unde cohors Teotonicorum exultatione perstrepebat: sed contra Dani desperationis consternati tristitia, gemebundi murmurabant.