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[dag-mahr] /ˈdæg mɑr/
a female given name: from Danish, meaning “day” and “glory.”. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It was the first time he had called her Dagmar, and she looked startled.

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  • Married to Princess Dagmar of Denmark, he was a model husband and father.

    The Story of Russia R. Van Bergen, M.A.
  • The Countess Halfont and Dagmar ran to her side, the latter frantic with alarm.

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  • Not even will she see the Countess Dagmar after nine o'clock.

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  • "Let us leave the park to Dagmar and her hero, to the soldiers and the musicians," said Yetive.

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  • She left him, retiring with her aunt and the Countess Dagmar.

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  • Half an hour before the time set for the meeting in the throne room Yetive sent for her uncle, her aunt and Dagmar.

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  • In the same place I found the resurrection theme, as, for instance, it appears in the story of Queen Dagmar.

  • "Mr. Anguish had just begun to tell us how he—how he—" began Dagmar, but paused helplessly, looking to him for relief.

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  • Therein is a lovely palace where lived the Princess Dagmar before she became empress.

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