- n. colloquial girl, sweetheart, darling, young woman, woman
- Perhaps from Catalan dona or Spanish doña; perhaps introduced to England by sailors who had visited Spanish or Italian ports (Wiktionary)
“Asinine is rooted in asinus which means ASS (synonym for doney).”
“Man, she's a no good doney, they shouldn't allow her on the street, yeah”
“Oh, a doney loves her saltwater3, well, she always wants a drink”
“My doney loves saltwater, she always wants a drink”
“My doney girl has left me, boys, I know that she won't come back”
“She's a no good doney, they shouldn't allow her on the street”
“Come down the Big Road, letting me lead you, and you must trust me and oh! my doney-gal, by your blessed sweetness and power you must win for me -- for us both -- what I, alone, can never win. ”
“Your Nella-Rose. "then she crossed the name out and scribbled" Your doney-gal. ”
“Round about Lone Dome they call Nella-Rose the doney-gal -- that meaning 'sweetheart'; she's responsible for more trouble than a b'ar with a sore head, or Burke Lawson on a tear. ”
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