Dorothy

[dawr-uh-thee, dor-]
noun
a female given name, form of Dorothea.
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Dix

[diks]
noun
1.
Dorothea Lynde [lind] , (Dorothy) 1802–87, U.S. educator and social reformer.
2.
Otto, 1891–1969, German painter and printmaker.
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Dorothy
fem. proper name, from Fr. Dorothée, from L. Dorothea, from Gk., lit. "gift of God," from doron "gift" + fem. of theos "god" (see Thea). With the elements reversed, it becomes Theodora. The accessory called a Dorothy bag is so called from 1907.
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Example sentences for Dorothy
Stepping into her own room after a brief word with dorothy, mrs.
Soprano dorothy kirsten was called and stepped in to sing the third act.
However, dorothy, wielding a knife, finds him and threatens to hurt him.
A revision of public speaking and influencing men in business by dorothy carnegie.
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