Definition of Dauner
1. to stroll [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: stroll
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Literary usage of Dauner
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1903)
"Our first goal is the three dauner MAARE, or crater-lakes of Daun, •which lie 2!/2-4 M. to the SE of Daun, in an extensive bed of volcanic deposits, ..."
2. Engineers and Engineering by Engineers Club of Philadelphia (1914)
"... Andrews, dauner, Dunlap, Moore, the Secretary, and the Treasurer. The minute.-, of t lie Regular Meeting of September 15th were read and approved. ..."
3. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1822)
"... and the bairn grow and became a comely stripling; and many a dauner we have taken together on bonnie brae sides and sunny burn banks. Muny a merry song, ..."
4. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"1 got a great blad o' Virgil by heart. —JAMIESON. dauner or ... is this a general rising, or arc ye jist taking a dauner frae your grave by . yoursel' ? ..."
5. Whistle-binkie: A Collection of Songs for the Social Circle by John Donald Carrick, Alexander Rodger, David Robertson (1890)
"... when the snaw is on the braes, But for me I sing o' hairst-time, wi' the cawing o' the rooks, As I dauner ower the stubble in amang the gowden stooks. ..."
6. A Handbook for Travellers on the Rhine, from Holland to Switzerland by Karl Baedeker (Firm), Karl Baedeker (Firm (1864)
"The three above-mentioned tarns ("dauner Maare") lie in an extensive tract of volcanic formations, consisting chiefly of slag-sand, ..."