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Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛞ (d, “daeg”), replaced by D

Old English upper case letter D from 7th century replacement by Latin upper case letter D of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter  (d), daeg).

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D (upper case, lower case d)

  1. Dee, the fourth letter of the English alphabet.

Various abbreviations

D

  1. Defense.
  2. (US politics) Democrat, especially preceding the constituent location.
    D-New York
  3. Deny. [Clarification of this definition is requested]
  4. Divorced.
  5. Down (direction).
  6. Drive, the setting of an automatic transmission.
  7. (printing) Duodecimo, as adopted by the American Library Association.
  8. Dutch language.
  9. (with “The”) The City of Detroit.

From the shape of the upper case letter "D"

Singular
D

Plural
Ds

D (plural Ds)

  1. (snooker) The semicircle on the baulk line, inside which the cue ball must be placed at a break-off.

From the position (4) of the letter D in the English alphabet.

Singular
D

Plural
Ds

D (plural Ds)

  1. a grade awarded for a class, better than outright failure (which can be F or E depending on the institution) and worse than a C

D (capital, lowercase d)

  1. The fourth letter of the Dutch alphabet.


Compass rose

D

  1. S (south)


Italian Wikipedia has an article on:
D

Wikipedia it

D m. and f. inv.

  1. The fourth letter of the Italian, and of the Latin alphabets

D (capital, lowercase d)

  1. The sixth letter of the Romanian alphabet representing the phoneme /d/. Preceded by C and followed by E.

Slovene Wikipedia has an article on:
D

Wikipedia sl

D (capital, lowercase d)

  1. The 5th letter of the Slovene alphabet. Preceded by Č and followed by E.
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