(en proper noun
* 1816 , Old Mortality , Samuel H. Parker, 1836, page 232
* 1980 , The Glass House, a Novella and Stories , Viking Press, 1980, ISBN 0670341797, page 76:
- "Country?" replied Cuddie; "ou, the country's weel eneugh, and it werena that dour deevil, Calver'se, ( they ca' him Dundee now) that's stirring about yet in the Highlands, they say, with a' the Donalds , and Duncans, and Dugalds, that ever wore bottomless breeks, driving about wi' him, to set things asteer again, - - -
* 1991 , Donald Duk , Coffee House Press, 1991, ISBN 0918273838, page 1
- My friends call me Terry. My husband always used my full name, Teresa. He said it made him feel like he was married to a foreign woman. And I never called him Don or Donny or Donny Joe. I called him Donald from the first time we met.
- Donald' Duk never liked his name. He hates his name. He is not a duck. He is not a cartoon character. - - - "Only the Chinese are stupid enough to give a kid a stupid name like '''Donald''' Duk," ' Donald Duk says to himself.
*Popular in all English-speaking countries in the first half of the 20th century.
* Donald Duck
* (pet forms) Don, Donnie, Donny
* (female given name) Donna
* (l), (l)
Sexually aroused; full of sexual lust.
Rude]] or coarse in manner, primarily [[Scotland, Scottish in usage.
* (sexually aroused) horny, toey; see also
* coarse, rude
boisterous, coarse, loose woman
(sports, aerial freestyle skiing) one and a half twist acrobatic maneuver
* (freestyle aerial skiing) rudy, daffy, full, double-full, triple-full, lay, back, hurricane