Definition of Donnat

1. n. See Do-naught.



Definition of Donnat

1. donnot [n -S] - See also: donnot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Donnat

donkeyman
donkeypunch
donkeypunched
donkeypunches
donkeypunching
donkeys
donkeywork
donkeyworks
donking
donks
donna
donna angelica
donnard
donnart
donnas
donnat (current term)
donnats
donned
donnee
donnees
donner
donnerd
donnered
donnert
donnes
donnicker
donnickers
donniker
donnikers
donning

Literary usage of Donnat

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Goodwin's Official Annual Turf Guide for (1894)
"donnat, cb д by Macduff Lady Kinross.(TW Coulter) IK, 210, -fJ». 255, 200 :m, 346. 3K7 8. DON ELLA, ch f by imp. Albert—Lady Woodford (E. McCord) 4M 4. ..."

2. Memoirs of Mistral by Frédéric Mistral, Constance Elizabeth Maud (1907)
"exclaimed Monsieur donnat. " Why, send him to my school, up there at Saint-Michel, we will teach him a little Latin and make a man of him ! ..."

3. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"17 donnat was the secretary ... Chevalier and donnat, the entire secretariat ofthe Imperial Commission — a certain E. ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"donnat, o. devil; an unruly person or animal . ' She's that o' t' donnat.' From dow nought; soo Dow. ..."

5. Contemporary French Dramatists: Studies on the Théâtre Libre, Curel, Brieux by Barrett Harper Clark (1915)
"A doctor, Albert donnat, who is so bound up in his profession that he loses sight ... donnat is experimenting with cancer on a young consumptive girl who is ..."

6. A Glossary of Provincial Words Used in Teesdale in the County of Durham by Frederick Dinsdale (1849)
"Applied to a worthless idle person; as, " That at t' donnat." " Jannet, thou donot, I'll lay my best bonnet." Minst. of & B. Car. DOOK, vn To bathe. Jam. ..."

7. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop (1892)
"donnat (dow naught), that is, thrive not. Daw or Dow, to thrive. " He neither dees nor daws" that is, he neither dies nor mends. " He'll never dow," that is ..."

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