Don

Don, a Russian river, the ancient Tanaïs; flows southward from its source in the province of Tula, and after a course of 1153 m. falls into the Sea of Azov; also the name of a river in Aberdeenshire, and another in Yorkshire.

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

Domrémy * Don Juan
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
Donati
Donatists
Donatus
Donau
Doncaster
Dondra Head

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Don in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Alan, William
Alfaro-Y-Gamon, Juan D'
Amory, Thomas [No. 3]
Ariosto, Ludovico
Avellaneda, Alphonsus Fernandes De
Baretti, Joseph
Baron, Michael
Bartholomew Of The Martyrs
Benyowsky, Count Mauritius Augustus De
Blount, Sir Henry
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