M. 1845, the honorable Hilare Byng, sister of the present Viscount Torrington; has issue, one dau.
His poems on miscellaneous subjects fill two quarto vols., the best of them are those to his wife and dau.
The present and imperfect tense of the potential mood is formed by dau, and the perfect by gee suffixed, as in other instances.
He wintered in Venice, where he formed a connection with Jane Clairmont, the dau.
They lived in the same house and had practically a community of goods until B.'s marriage in 1613 to Ursula, dau.
In 1836, while acting as Paris correspondent for the second of his journals, he m. Isabella, dau.
The imperative is made in gah, and the potential in dau where the second future is daugee.
Thomas, inherited the family estates of the Folly and Savannah, m. Jane, dau.
When the verb is preceded by the particle ga, dau(ne) must be used instead of da(le).
The present and imperfect tense of the potential mood, is formed by dau, and the perfect by gee, suffixed as in other instances.
1799, original language unknown, "single-masted native vessel used on Arabian Sea," later widely applied to all Arab vessels. Klein suggests a relation to Persian dav "running."
/dow/ [German Fidonet] D"ummster Anzunehmender User. A German acronym for stupidest imaginable user. From the engineering-slang GAU for Gr"osster Anzunehmender Unfall (worst foreseeable accident), especially of a LNG tank farm plant or something with similarly disastrous consequences. In popular German, GAU is used only to refer to worst-case nuclear accidents such as a core meltdown.
See cretin, loser and weasel.