- a male given name: from Celtic words meaning “world” and “power.”
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Contemporary Examples of donald
The most irresponsible comments however would have to be those of Donald Trump, since he should know better.2014: Revenge of the Creationists
Karl W. Giberson
December 27, 2014
Before Sarah was born, a cop named Donald Rios was shot around the corner from the school she now attends.Synagogue Slay: When Cops Have to Kill
December 10, 2014
“I made a lot of money in Atlantic City,” Donald Trump told me.I Watched a Casino Kill Itself: The Awful Last Nights of Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal
December 8, 2014
Since the arrival of Chorus Master Donald Palumbo, the Met chorus now commands that same level of excellence as the orchestra.Inside the Metropolitan Opera’s Insane Year
Shawn E. Milnes
November 23, 2014
Zach Braff and Donald Faison The Scrubs stars reunited to sing this holiday duet.The Most WTF Covers of ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside,’ Everyone’s Favorite Date-Rape Holiday Classic
November 19, 2014
Historical Examples of donald
And there is one thing that I have to remember to caution Donald about.
"Whistle when you are ready, Donald," called Linda as she turned away.
"Yes, it is about Donald that I came to see you," said Linda.
"Well, I call that mighty decent of a stranger," said Donald.
"It's the best thing that ever happened to me," answered Donald Whiting instantly.
- ?1031–1100, king of Scotland (1093–94; 1094–97)
surname, from 13c. Scottish Dofnald, Dufenald, probably from Gaelic Domhnall, Old Irish Domnall (pronounced "Dovnall"), from Proto-Celtic *Dubno-valos "world-mighty, ruler of the world," from *walos "ruler" + PIE *dheub- (see deep (adj.)).