- Hungarian name of the Danube.
- German name of the Dvina.
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Examples from the Web for duna
Mult me duna, plus me pramist:E se il tot dun m'eusto k'il me pramist, mielx me fut.The Chronicle of the Norman Conquest
His powers of resistance, however, were lessened by the fact that the river Duna was frozen over.A Jacobite Exile
G. A. Henty
The ringing of the bell was answered by the barking of Duna, Bundas, and Ortog, who tore furiously at their iron chains.Prince Zilah, Complete
It now comes from the same country up the Dnieper, and down the Duna, with much land-carriage.
I beg pardon for attempting to remind the reader that he must not confound the river Duna, with the river Dwina.
- the Hungarian name for the Danube