Donn

According to Irish mythology, Donn, or the Dark One, is the Lord of the Dead and father of Diarmuid Ua Duibhne, whom he gave to Aengus Óg to be nurtured. Donn is regarded as the father of the Irish race; a position similar to that of Dis Pater and the Gauls, as noted by Julius Caesar. Originally, Donn was the chief of the Sons of Mil, a mythologi...
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Donn

(French, 'given') The assumptions upon which a writer constructs a work of literature. Some common e
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Donn

(from the article `Celtic religion`) ...the great battle feasting in the presence of the severed head of Bran the Blessed, having forgotten all their suffering and sorrow. But this ...
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Donn

[given name] Donn is a given name in the Irish language. Donn was originally a byname, which had two meanings: one of the meanings was `brown`; the other was `chief` or `noble`. Its use as a given name today is represents a short form of any of the various of Gaelic names that begin with the first element donn-. A variant form of the name i...
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donn

basic assumption or axiom; basic principle of an artwork
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