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Daddah

[ dad-uh, dah-dah ]
/ ˈdæd ə, ˈdɑ dɑ /
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noun

Mokh·tar Ould [mohkh-tahr ould], /moʊxˈtɑr aʊld/, 1924–2003, Mauritanian statesman: first president of the Republic of Mauritania 1961–78.

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  • "That's what Daddah says when he wants me to work in my garden," said Mary Jane.

    Mary Jane--Her Visit|Clara Ingram Judson
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