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Origin of dona
Definition for dona (2 of 2)
Origin of doña
How to use dona in a sentence
Dona Keefe, the mom from Indianapolis, is all-too-familiar with this during-school, after-dinner, full-time gangster business.
In this action Dona Maria de Jesus distinguished herself; for the spirit of patriotism had not confined itself to the men.
The daughter of the house, Dona Carlota, is distinguished here by talent and cultivation beyond her fellows.
Dona Maria stole from home to the house of her own sister, who was married, and lived at a little distance.
Dona Maria told me several particulars concerning the country, and more concerning her own adventures.
So Virgil, "Solemnes tum forte dapes et tristia dona ante urbem in luco," &c.