Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic, or St. Domingo (610), a republic forming the E. part of the island of Haiti, and consisting of two-thirds of it; it belonged alternately to France and Spain till 1865, when, on revolt, the Spaniards were expelled, and a republic established; the capital is St. Domingo (15), and the chief port Puerto Plata.

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

Dominical Letter * Dominicans
Domat, Jean
Dombasle
Dom-Boke
Dombrowski, John Henry
Domdaniel
Domenichi`no
Domesday Book
Dominic de Guzman, St.
Dominica
Dominical Letter
Dominican Republic
Dominicans
Dominie, Sampson
Dominis, Marco Antonio de
Domitian
Domrémy
Don
Don Juan
Don Quixote
Donaldson, John William
Donatello