Davos-Platz

Davos-Platz, a village 5105 ft. above the sea-level, in a valley of the East Grisons; a place frequented in winter by invalids suffering from chest disease, the dry air and sunshine that prevail being favourable for patients of that class.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Davitt, Michael * Davout
Davidson, John
Davidson, Samuel
Davies, Ben
Davies, Sir John
Davila
Davis, Jefferson
Davis, John
Davis, Thomas
Davis Strait
Davitt, Michael
Davos-Platz
Davout
Davy, Sir Humphry
Davy Jones's Locker
Davy-Lamp
Dawkins, William Boyd
Dawson, George
Dawson, Sir John William
Day, John
Day, Thomas
Dayaks