dd

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Origin of dd

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From the Latin word dē datō

dd

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  1. degree-day.
  2. delayed delivery.
  3. delivered.
  4. demand draft.
  5. double-deck.
  6. Shipbuilding. dry dock.

DD

  1. dear/darling daughter (used, especially by women, in digital communications to refer to one's daughter): DD moving into her own apt today!
  2. designated driver.
  3. dishonorable discharge.

D&D

  1. Dungeons and Dragons.

dd.

  1. delivered.

D.D.

  1. demand draft.
  2. Doctor of Divinity.

D/D

Commerce.
  1. days after date.
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DD

abbreviation for
  1. Also: dd direct debit
  2. Doctor of Divinity
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Word Origin and History for dd

D.D.

abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."

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