don-nard

donnard

[don-erd]
adjective Chiefly Scot.
stunned; dazed.
Also, donnered.


Origin:
1715–25; past participle of Scots donnar, donner to daze, stun, frequentative of Middle English donen, dinen, Old English dynian to make a din

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