donah

donah

(ˈdɒnɑː)
n
archaic slang a woman
References in periodicals archive ?
Reporting by Benson Ayienda, Stephen Oduor, Kalume Kazungu, Stanley Kimuge, Sammy Lutta, Donah Atola and Ivy Nekesa
is constructing a settlement project consists of 122 new units, and the Dona announced the marketing of a new project Donah in Gilo, where 113 housing units at a cost of NIS 240,000,000 will be built.
The workshops are part of CAP COM FCU's College Bound Program, which provides members with college planning consultation services from Chenot and the credit union's second full-time certified financial planning specialist, Kim Donah. CAP COM FCU's president/CEO, Paula A.
Some researchers validated instruments designed to efficiently screen large populations of young children for possible learning disabilities (Beatty, 1979; Colligan, 1979; Dinero, Donah, & Larson, 1979).
The two larrikin songs which Lonnen performed in Australia were 'I've Chucked up the Push for My Donah', and 'Down the Bay'.
Kerry Strand, Sam Marullo, Nick Cutforth, Randy Stoecker, and Patrick Donah ue