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  • n. Plural form of Dundonian.


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  • Natives of Dundee are called Dundonians and are recognisable by their distinct accent.


  • The Dundonians are undoubtedly the Tuatha de Danaan, and Folk of the Goddess Danu, the old gods of Ireland, and the men with the bags on their stomachs undoubtedly the Firbolg, or Bag Men, as it is commonly translated, who are thought by M. de Jubainville an inferior Divine race, and by Prof.

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  • People ‘away’, like people taken by ‘the others’ from their death-beds, are confounded with the immortals, the true children of Danu, or the Dundonians, as I have heard them called in Clare.

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  • So yes, a doubtless coup for the SNP in winning control of Dundee but it is something of a hollow victory if Dundonians are feeling shortchanged.

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  • Faroese forward, Todi Jonsson, to what Dundonians like to call 'a dab in the puss'. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • We four are the only famous living Dundonians I can think of.

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  • Glasgow's Twin Atlantic and the Dykeenies provided punk-pop thrills while Dundonians The Law and their more renowned (and headlining) friends The View appealed to the pint-chuckers and Saltire-wavers.


  • Dundee was voted one of the worst dressed cities, coming fourth from the bottom, but Dundonians can rest assured that they're not as badly dressed as women in Sheffield, who came bottom of the clothes heap.


  • He said: ‘There are two classes, the Dundonians, that are like ourselves, and another race more wicked and more spiteful.

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  • They don’t have children themselves, only the women that are brought away among them have children, but those don’t live for ever like the Dundonians.

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