from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Danish
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The warm trust and love he had once held for the man who loomed above him, who he called Da.
I realized I had to take this one and as I was near the end of the process, I said, "Da."
There was nothing wrong with her ears, and Elizabeth had never called anyone but FitzRoy "Da."
Irish playwright; won Tony for father-son drama "Da."
And" and he thought I meant my father when I said 'Da.'
"People still want to listen to poems written by legendary poets such as Da.