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donna

[dawn-nah] /ˈdɔn nɑ/
noun
1.
(initial capital letter) Madam; Lady: an Italian title of respect prefixed to the given name of a woman.
2.
an Italian lady.
Origin
1660-1670
1660-70; < Italian < Latin domina, feminine of dominus

Donna

[don-uh] /ˈdɒn ə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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Donna

/ˈdɒnə; Italian ˈdɔnna/
noun
1.
an Italian title of address equivalent to Madam, indicating respect
Word Origin
C17: from Italian, from Latin domina lady, feminine of dominus lord, master
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Word Origin and History for donna

Donna

fem. proper name, from Italian, literally "lady," from Latin domina (see dame).

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