Dorothy

[Chase] Dorothy is an oil painting by American artist William Merritt Chase. Created in 1902, it is currently part of the permanent collection in the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The image`s subject is Chase`s 11 year old daughter, Dorothy, wearing a white dress with full-length sleeves, a straw hat with a green bow, a black belt, black tigh...
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Dorothy

[given name] Dorothy is a female given name. It comes from Greek Δωροθέα (Dōrothéa) meaning `God`s Gift`, from δῶρον (dōron), `gift` + θεός (theós), `god`. Although much less common, there are also male equivalents in English such as `Dorie` from the Greek masculine Δωρόθεος (Dōrótheos). Also, the given names ...
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Dorothy

[opera] Dorothy is a comic opera in three acts with music by Alfred Cellier and a libretto by B. C. Stephenson. The story involves a rake who falls in love with his disguised fiancée. It was first produced at the Gaiety Theatre in London on in 1886. After a rocky start, it was revised and transferred to the Prince of Wales Theatre later th...
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Dorothy

Dorothy is an English name for girls. The meaning is `a gift, beloved, adored` The name Dorothy is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Dodie, Doll, Dolly, Dot Use for the other sex: Dorotheos What do they use in other countries? Doran (Irish, English) Door (Dut...
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Dorothy

Whitelock, Dorothy The Beginnings of English Society, Penguin Books, Ltd.; Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1963.
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