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Donald

[ don-ld ]
/ ˈdɒn ld /
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noun
a male given name: from Celtic words meaning “world” and “power.”
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Donald
/ (ˈdɒnəld) /

noun
?1031–1100, king of Scotland (1093–94; 1094–97)
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