Definitions

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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive form of the given name Robert +‎ -son.

Examples

  • Dabson, "he said, addressing the man who had quietly entered the room through the door behind them," do

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  • Dabson, get out your brush and dauber first of all.

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  • Dabson was young and vigorous and exceedingly well-trained.

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  • Dabson was village president of Pecatonica for 28 years, serving seven terms, and served four years as an alderman.

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  • Jesse "Tom" Dabson described his father as a living encyclopedia of the history of Pecatonica.

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  • "Mom just wants you to be a better person," Dabson said.

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  • "Mom just wants you to be a better person," Dabson said.

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