Origin of donna
Definition for donna (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for donna
On one summer lunch hour, Donna Ann Levonuk, 50, lifted a tub of diaper cream priced at $43.98—and then stashed it in her purse.The Insane $11 Billion Scam at Retailers’ Return Desks|M.L. Nestel|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hughes, when she was known as Donna Rice, was involved in a steamy scandal involving presidential politics.Donna Rice: ‘My Heart Really Goes Out to Monica Lewinsky’|Keli Goff|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Middleton only bridles when asked about the likelihood of marrying his girlfriend, the presenter Donna Air.
Elsewhere, there were new novels from John le Carré and Donna Tartt, her first in over a decade.
There, they found the account—of someone named Donna Nichols.
Of late, people had even begun to joke about Donna Tullia's third husband.Don Orsino|F. Marion Crawford
Gaspar advances quickly to her, thinking it is Isidora, but finding his mistake stops abruptly, and bows to Donna Inez.Olla Podrida|Frederick Marryat
As for the cause of the quarrel, Donna Teresa must be quite mad.A Lady of Rome|F. Marion Crawford
It is sung by Donna Leonora, kneeling in the moonlight near the convent, while from within is heard the chant of the priests.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
Other inhabitants there were none; so Donna Laura had assured her.The Marriage of William Ashe|Mrs. Humphry Ward
British Dictionary definitions for donna
Word Origin for Donna
Word Origin and History for donna
fem. proper name, from Italian, literally "lady," from Latin domina (see dame).