Definition of Dama dama

1. Noun. Small Eurasian deer.

Exact synonyms: Fallow Deer
Generic synonyms: Cervid, Deer
Group relationships: Dama, Genus Dama



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dama Dama

Dalmatians
Dalmation
Dalrymple
Dalrymple's sign
Dalton
Dalton's law
Dalton's law of partial pressures
Dalton-Henry law
Dalton Trumbo
Daltonian
Daltonism
Daly
Dam methyltransferase
Dam unit
Dama
Dama dama
Damalinia
Damaliscus
Damaliscus lunatus
Daman
Daman and Diu
Damaraland mole rat
Damaris
Damascene conversion
Damascus
Damascus barrel
Damascus barrels
Damascus steel
Damask steel
Dame's violet

Literary usage of Dama dama

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1. Dictionary of the Hausa Language by Charles Henry Robinson, Hausa Association, London (1913)
"improvement, opportunity; jin dama to feel better, to improve in health, da dama a little more, da dama dama moderately, sai na ga dama unless I wish, ..."

2. Reports of Decisions in Probate by James Vincent Coffey (1910)
"Dama answered, "It is in the hands of Mrs. Smith, in whose favor it is made"; that was on January 8, 1888, on his third visit to Dama. Dama said then that ..."

3. Monologues of the Dead by George Warrington Steevens (1896)
"The poor Republic ! Tears blind me, sweet friends; I can't see you. Where's Dama ? Dama ! Dama ! O, there you are. Dama, what did I want to say to you ? ..."

4. Monologues of the Dead by George Warrington Steevens (1896)
"O, gods ! I weep again; see how I weep ! The poor Republic ! Tears blind me, sweet friends; I can't see you. Where's Dama ? Dama ! Dama ! O, there you are. ..."

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