Dies Irae

Dies Irae (lit. the Day of Wrath), a Latin hymn on the Last Judgment, so called from first words, and based on Zeph. i. 14-18; it is ascribed to a monk of the name of Thomas de Celano, who died in 1255, and there are several translations of it in English, besides a paraphrastic rendering in the “Lay of the Last Minstrel” by Scott, and it is also the subject of a number of musical compositions.

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

Dieppe * Diet
Dido
Didot
Didymus
Diebitsch, Count
Dieffenbach, Johann Friedrich
Dieffenbach, Lorenz
Diego Suarez, Bay of
Diemen, Antony van
Diepenbeck, Abraham van
Dieppe
Dies Irae
Diet
Dietrich
Dietrich of Bern
Diez, Friedrich Christian
Diez, Juan Martin
Digby
Digby, Sir Everard
Digby, Sir Kenelm
Dihong
Dijon

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