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  • proper n. A transliteration of the Russian male given name diminutive Дима.

Etymologies

From Russian Дима (Díma), a diminutive of the male given name Дмитрий (Dmítrij, "Demetrius"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • And I began to realize that in Dima there was a confused morality from which we could learn something.

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  • Another Christian, a student in her twenties called Dima, dismissed the fears held by some of her friends about the threat of militant Islamism.

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  • It was at this point that Dimitry adopted the stage name Dima and, with the help of false documents that corrected his age to the legal 18, began a successful career modeling naked and starring in hardcore sex videos on the gay websites financed by his lover.

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  • There, Lyuba will join a male baby mammoth called Dima who was unearthed in Magadan in Russia's Far East in 1977 and until now was Russia's best-known example of the species.

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  • The Lithuanian final has just ended and the (third time) lucky one to get the ticket to Moscow is Sasha Son aka Dima Sha ...

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  • Alexander Shulgin is a leading executive in the new Russian music industry, having worked with such iconic artists as Valeria, Mumiy Troll, Dima Malikov, Gruppa. fm and many others.

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  • The young Dima was struck by how his father could work late into the night, surrounded by books, papers piling up on his desk beside him under the lamplight.

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  • By the time Dima was in high school, the latter was already at work in the “Big House,” the Leningrad KGB headquarters.

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  • Dima would run wild in the park, or else tag along, watching proudly as his mother rattled off facts about Russian history.

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  • At fourteen, on a winter school trip—the teacher recalls much throwing of snowballs—Dima got to know a blonde-haired girl called Sveta Linnik, who was studying in the parallel seventh grade class.

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