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Etymology 1 n. (context Ireland Scotland Northern England English) father. Etymology 2

interj. (context slang Russianism English) yes! n. (context slang Russianism English) yes; an affirmative response. Etymology 3

article (lb en in the US, especially used in Chicago and New York) (eye dialect of the English) Etymology 4

n. Hair at the back of a person's head, styled resembling the rear of a duck. (See drawing at ducktail.)


Da, DA, dA and other variants may refer to:

may stand for:

  • Die Ärzte, a Punk-Rock-band from Berlin
  • Deutsches Ärzteblatt (German doctor newspaper)
Da (film)

Da is a 1988 film directed by Matt Clark, produced by Julie Corman, and starring Martin Sheen, Barnard Hughes, reprising his Tony Award-winning Broadway performance, and William Hickey. The screenplay was written by Irish playwright and journalist Hugh Leonard, who adapted it from his play Da, with additional material from his autobiographical book Home Before Night.

Da (play)

Da is a 1978 comedy play by Irish playwright Hugh Leonard.

The play had its New York City premiere at the off-off-Broadway Hudson Guild Theatre in 1978, and this production transferred to Broadway shortly after the completion of its run. It was directed by Melvin Bernhardt and produced on Broadway by Lester Osterman, Marilyn Strauss and Marc Howard. It opened at the Morosco Theatre on 1 May 1978 and closed on 1 January 1980 after 697 performances. The scenic design was by Marjorie Kellogg, the costume design by Jennifer von Mayrhauser, and the lighting Design by Arden Fingerhut. The original cast included Barnard Hughes as Da, Brian Murray as Charlie Now, Lois De Banzie as Mrs. Prynne, Mia Dillon as Mary Tate, Sylvia O'Brien as Mother, Lester Rawlins as Drumm, Richard Seer as Young Charlie, and Ralph Williams as Oliver. Brian Keith replaced Barnard Hughes towards the end of the Broadway run, when Hughes went out on a National Tour across the US and Canada. It won 1978 Drama Desk Award Outstanding New Play, the 1978 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award Best Play and the 1978 Tony Award for Best Play.

Da (political party)

The Movement for Democracy and Aliyah (, HaTnu'a LeDemokratia VeAliya), commonly known as Da (; , lit. Yes), was a minor Israeli political party founded by immigrants from the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s.

Da (Javanese)

is one of syllable in Javanese script that represent the sound /d̪ɔ/, /d̪a/. It is transliterated to Latin as "da", and sometimes in Indonesian orthography as "do". It has another form (pasangan), which is , but represented by a single Unicode code point, U+A9A2.

Usage examples of "da".

Ein Ende aller Dinge war zu ihm gekommen, und sein eigenes Ende war da.

Maeve had always told her how Niall, her da, was strong and protective and loving, and she could imagine that this Mac Ard might be the same way.

Zeitlang stumm da, und in der Dunkelheit fand seine Hand die ihre, und sie barg ihren Kopf an seiner Brust und weinte.

Then clean up your archive footage and have it in my inbox so we can go over it with the DA.

Awrthom, Lord of the Satyrs of Daber Wood has sent me to meet with Desa Megass of Hakkana.

He had the same swarthy da: tan as the men on Barbados who worked the plantations regardless of the sun burning the almost as nut brown as their slaves from Afric His dark eyebrows were drawn into a sco, across his nose.

The DA, Berringer, was looking for a win, the department was having public relations problems and the Stealth Torcher business was making the whole community nervous.

Aufrecht und unbeweglich, mit frei erhobenem Haupte stand er da, seine grosse, gehoeckerte Nase schien mit einem herrischen Ausdruck ueber den starken Lippen hervorzuspringen, und seine Augen waren nicht mehr zu Boden gerichtet, sondern blickten kuehn und geradeswegs ins Weite, zu dem Kruzifix auf dem Hochaltar hinueber.

Geschicklichkeit und Schlauheit hatten ihren Dienst getan, die Stunde des Schwertes war da.

He had the same swarthy da: tan as the men on Barbados who worked the plantations regardless of the sun burning the almost as nut brown as their slaves from Afric His dark eyebrows were drawn into a sco, across his nose.

My father often warned me about the Daber, telling me not to ride through them after dark.

I felt only trust and a growing sense of love for Awrthom, the Lord of the Satyrs of Daber Wood.

I kicked my horse, encouraging her out of the gates of Cailleac and now, through the Daber Wood by the safe light of day.

SUV with all the bells and whistles, which he figured belonged to the Tillamook County DA.

According to Da, she had spoken Salian and Aostan as a child, but she had long since forgotten them.