Definition of Donas
1. dona [n] - See also: dona
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Donas
Literary usage of Donas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1859)
"Mrs. Lucy Eddy LM, 50; Robert Powers, with prev. donas, to eons. himself LM, ... JL Douglass, and with other donas, to cons, himself LM, 84; Pearl st, ch. ..."
2. Baptist Missionary Magazine by Massachusetts Baptist Convention, American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1858)
"TS Jacobs, with other donas, to cons. Dea. Caleb Gage LM, 88; John Plummer 10; Portsmouth, ch. 37 ; Northwood, Charles Kingsbury 5; Dea. R. Hoyt 1; Dea. ..."
3. Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps: By which Italy Communicates with by William Brockedon (1836)
"From donas the road descends to Saint Martins, a town surrounded by high rocks, and where a bold and lofty arch crosses the torrent which descends from the ..."
4. A Disseration on the Passage of Hannibal Over the Alps by Henry Lewis Wickham, John Anthony Cramer (1828)
"AT donas. SIEGE AND CAPTURE OF TURIN. CONCLUSION OF THE MARCH. IN the latter part of the fifty-fourth and in the fifty-fifth ..."