Dani

noun
  1. plural Dani (ˈdɑːnɪ) a member of a New Guinea people living in the central highlands of West Irian
  2. the language of this people, probably related to other languages of New Guinea
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  • But this man fell sick and died when he had come to the country of the Dani.

    Procopius

    Procopius

  • After these they passed by the nations of the Dani, without suffering violence at the hands of the barbarians there.

    Procopius

    Procopius

  • His ita gestis, Dani cum rege suo nomine Chlochilaico evectu navale per mare Gallias appetunt.

    Beowulf

    R. W. Chambers

  • Quo euenit ut Sueones, paulo ante Dani potitores, ne su quidem salutis potientes existerent.

    Beowulf

    R. W. Chambers

  • Unde cohors Teotonicorum exultatione perstrepebat: sed contra Dani desperationis consternati tristitia, gemebundi murmurabant.

    Beowulf

    R. W. Chambers