dun can

Duncan

[duhng-kuhn]
noun
1.
Isadora, 1878–1927, U.S. dancer: pioneer in modern dance.
2.
Robert, 1919–88, U.S. poet.
3.
a city in S Oklahoma.
4.
a male given name.
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Duncan (ˈdʌŋkən)
 
n
Isadora (ˌɪzəˈdɔːrə). 1878--1927, US dancer and choreographer, who influenced modern ballet by introducing greater freedom of movement

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Duncan
from Gaelic donn "brown, dark" (see dun (adj.)) + ceann "head."
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