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A 19th century invention from the Italian noun donna; also interpreted as a feminine form of Donald.
Italian from Latin domina Doña
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Italian donna.
Donna shook her head.
Chris and Donna eased away from the table, glancing apprehensively at Adrienne.
Chris glanced at Donna, and shrugged.
Donna & Chris exchanged uncomfortable glances.
She motioned to Donna.
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