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Italian

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:it:Template:lang:la derivations]] dōnum "a gift"

Noun

dono m. (plural doni)

  1. gift

Verb

dono

  1. First-person singular present tense of donare.

Japanese

Japanese demonstratives (edit)
ko- so- a- do-
此れ (, kore)
this one
其れ (, sore)
that one
彼れ (, are)
that one over there
何れ (, dore)
which one?
此の (, kono)
(of) this
其の (, sono)
(of) that
彼の (, ano)
(of) that over there
何の (, dono)
(of) what?
んな (konna)
like this
んな (sonna)
like that
んな (anna)
like that over there
んな (donna)
how? what sort of?
此処 (, koko)
here
其処 (, soko)
there
彼処 (そこ*, asoko*)
over there
何処 (, doko)
where?
此方 (ちら, kochira)
this way
其方 (ちら, sochira)
that way
彼方 (ちら, achira)
that way over there
何方 (ちら, dochira)
which way?
()
in this manner
()
in that manner
* (ā*)
in that (other) manner
如何 (, )
in what manner?
* irregular formation

Prefix

dono (kanji 何ノ, hiragana どの)

  1. (of) what...? (interrogative demonstrative); what .. ? (one out of the available choices)
    どの車がいいか?
    Which car is good?

Usage notes

  • The hiragana spelling (どの) is preferred to the kanji spelling (何ノ), which is rarely used.



Latin

Etymology

From dōnum (gift)

Verb

present active dōnō, present infinitive dōnāre, perfect active dōnāvī, supine dōnātum.
  1. I give (a present)
  2. I bestow, grant
  3. I forgive, pardon

Inflection

Derived terms

Descendants

Noun

dōnō

  1. dative singular of donum
  2. ablative singular of donum

Related terms


Spanish

Verb

dono (infinitive: donar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of donar.

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