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Dah
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Dah: Dash, long tone forming a letter or part of a letter in Morse code
Dahabeeyah
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Dahabeeyah: A large passenger boat used on the Nile River, typically with lateen sails. (n)
Dahlia
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Dahlia: A Mexican plant of the daisy family with tuberous roots, cultivated for its brightly coloured single or double flowers. (n)
Dahlin
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Dahlin: A variety of starch extracted from the dahlia called also inulin. See Inulin.
Dahoon
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Dahoon: An evergreen shrub or small tree (Ilex cassine) of the southern United States, bearing red drupes and having soft, white, close- grained wood called also dahoon h
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
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Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.: Japanese printing company (based in Tokyo, Japan) which has become one of the top commercial printing companies in the world (produces pro
Daikin Industries, Ltd.
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Daikin Industries, Ltd.: Japanese company established in 1924 with headquarters in Osaka (Japan), manufacturer of air conditioning systems for commercial and industrial
Daikokuten
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Daikokuten : (Japan) one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, God of wealth (specifically of harvest) and of household (specifically the kitchen)
Daikon
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Daikon: Long white Japanese vegetable of the radish family (also known as mooli)
Dail
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Dail: Male first name family name the Dail Eireann
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