Donar

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Donar

(ˈdəʊnɑː; German ˈdoːnar)
n
(European Myth & Legend) the Germanic god of thunder, corresponding to Thor in Norse mythology
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Noun1.Donar - the Teutonic god of thunder; counterpart of Norse Thor
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It was not Tremolino's fault that the syndicate depended so much on the wit and wisdom and the information of Dona Rita.
In answer to his politely sinister, prolonged glance of inquiry, I overheard Dona Rita murmuring, with some confusion and annoyance, "VOUS ETES BETE MON CHER.
Dressed in shore-togs, a white starched shirt, black jacket, and round hat, as I took him once to see Dona Rita, he was extremely presentable.
It was precisely to confer on that matter with Dona Rita that Captain Blunt had been despatched from Headquarters.
Their purpose explains the intimate tone given to their first conversation and the sudden introduction of Dona Rita's history.
They then asked the landlord if by any chance a youth of about fifteen years of age had come to that inn, one dressed like a muleteer, and of such and such an appearance, describing that of Dona Clara's lover.
It was by this time broad daylight; and for that reason, as well as in consequence of the noise Don Quixote had made, everybody was awake and up, but particularly Dona Clara and Dorothea; for they had been able to sleep but badly that night, the one from agitation at having her lover so near her, the other from curiosity to see him.