da

1

or Da

[ duh; Italian dah; Portuguese duh, dah ]
/ də; Italian dɑ; Portuguese də, dɑ /

preposition

from; of (used in Italian and Portuguese personal names, originally to indicate place of origin): Lorenzo da Ponte; Vasco da Gama.

Origin of da

1
< Italian daLatin about, concerning + ab, ā from; < Portuguese da, contraction of de of, from (< Latin ) + a feminine singular definite article (≪ Latin illa that)

Definition for da (2 of 8)

da

2
[ dah ]
/ dɑ /

adverb, noun Russian.

Definition for da (3 of 8)

DA

[ dee-ey ]
/ ˈdiˈeɪ /

noun, plural DAs, DA's.

a male hairstyle, especially of the 1950s, in which the hair is slicked back on both sides to overlap at the back of the head.

Origin of DA

euphemistic abbreviation of duck's ass

Definition for da (4 of 8)

DA


Department of Agriculture.
Dictionary of Americanisms.

Definition for da (5 of 8)

da.


day; days.

Definition for da (6 of 8)

DA.


(in Algeria) dinar; dinars.

Definition for da (7 of 8)

D.A.


delayed action.
direct action.
District Attorney.
documents against acceptance.
documents for acceptance.
doesn't answer; don't answer.

Definition for da (8 of 8)

D/A


(sometimes lowercase) days after acceptance.
deposit account.
documents against acceptance.
documents for acceptance.
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British Dictionary definitions for da (1 of 2)

DA


abbreviation for

(in the US) District Attorney
Diploma of Art
duck's arse (hairstyle)

British Dictionary definitions for da (2 of 2)

D/A

d.a.


abbreviation for

deposit account
commerce documents against acceptance
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Medicine definitions for da

DA


abbr.

developmental age
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