[doo-nee-wos-uh l] /ˌdu niˈwɒs əl/
a gentleman, especially a cadet of a ranking family, among the Highlanders of Scotland.
[doo-nahyt, duhn-ahyt] /ˈdu naɪt, ˈdʌn aɪt/ noun 1. a coarse-grained igneous rock composed almost entirely of olivine. /ˈdʌnaɪt/ noun 1. an ultrabasic igneous rock consisting mainly of olivine dunite (d’nīt’, dŭn’īt’) A coarse-grained igneous rock that consists mainly of olivine.
/ˈduːnɪˌwɑːsəl/ noun 1. (in Scotland) a minor nobleman
[duhngk] /dʌŋk/ verb (used with object) 1. to dip (a doughnut, cake, etc.) into coffee, milk, or the like, before eating. 2. to submerge in a liquid: She dunked the curtains in the dye. 3. Basketball. to attempt to thrust (a ball) through the basket using a . verb (used without object) 4. to dip […]
[duhng-ker] /ˈdʌŋ kər/ noun 1. a member of the Church of the Brethren, a denomination of Christians founded in Germany in 1708 and later reorganized in the U.S., characterized by the practice of trine immersion, the celebration of a love feast accompanying the Lord’s Supper, and opposition to the taking of oaths and to military […]