American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An ancient region of central Greece. It was the traditional homeland of the Dorians.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The typical genus of the family Dorididæ, or sea-lemons, containing such species as D. tuberculata, D. johnstoni, and D. coccinea. Argo is a synonym.
- n. Greek mythology The daughter of Oceanus, wife of Nereus and mother of fifty sea-nymphs or nereids.
- n. A female given name, taken to regular use in the end of the 19th century.
- n. UK, slang One's girl friend, wife or significant other.
- n. A taxonomic genus within the family Dorididae — sea slugs, specifically, dorid nudibranchs.
- adj. Cockney rhyming slang gay
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) A genus of nudibranchiate mollusks having a wreath of branchiæ on the back.
- n. (Greek mythology) wife of Nereus and mother of the Nereids
- n. a small region of ancient Greece where the Doric dialect was spoken
- From the name of famous film star Doris Day; (Cockney rhyming slang). (Wiktionary)
““And that dress that the two of you picked out, you did so because you both thought it made you look sexy, I think ‘hot’ was the word Doris used, correct?””
“When Doris is five, she witnesses her half-brother (Shawn) try unsuccessfully to kill her father with a magical heirloom.”
“Doris is 23 years younger than me, so barring an accident or serious illness, she would normally be widowed for 31 years after I die, so I had to plan for her future as well as my own.”
“As for an INAPAM card, I have one, but Doris is still too young to qualify for one.”
“Doris comes from a very large, middle class family, they live all over México, although México City, DF is her hometown.”
“Doris is a retired singer, and as usual on special days, this morning I heard her “voz de oro” as she played her guitar and sang the mothers day song to awaken her Mom.”
“Doris is on her third new, free phone and I am on my second.”
“When he called Doris, her mother answered the phone.”
“Then without a word Doris took the cup and raised it unsteadily to her lips.”
“This comes of locks and bars!" he sneered, recalling Doris's expression, "but, damn it all, unless you were more fool than most girls you might have saved yourself.”
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