Döderlein, Ludwig (17911863)

Döderlein, Ludwig, a German philologist, born at Jena; became professor of Philology at Erlangen; edited Tacitus, Horace, and other classic authors, but his principal works were on the etymology of the Latin language (17911863).

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

Doddridge, Philip * Dodger, The Artful
Doctor My-Book
Doctor of the Incarnation
Doctor Slop
Doctor Squintum
Doctor Syntax
Doctors' Commons
Doctrinaires
Dodabetta
Dodd, Dr. William
Doddridge, Philip
Döderlein, Ludwig
Dodger, The Artful
Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge
Dodington, George Bubb
Dodo
Dodo`na
Dods, Meg
Dodsley, Robert
Doeg
Dogberry
Dog-days