Dnieper

Dnieper, a river of Russia, anciently called the Borysthenes, the third largest for volume of water in Europe, surpassed only by the Danube and the Volga; rises in the province of Smolensk, and flowing in a generally southerly direction, falls into the Black Sea below Kherson after a course of 1330 m.; it traverses some of the finest provinces of the empire, and is navigable nearly its entire length.

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

Djinnestan * Dniester
Divine Comedy, The
Divine Doctor
Divine Pagan
Divine Right
Dixie Land
Dixon, W. Hepworth
Dizier, St.
Dizzy
Djezzar
Djinnestan
Dnieper
Dniester
Doab, The
Dobell, Sidney
Döbereiner
Döbereiner's Lamp
Dobrovski, Joseph
Dobrenter
Dobrudja
Dobson, Austin
Dobson, William