Crossword clues for dora
- ''Explorer'' of kids' TV
- ''Dumb ___'' (old comic strip)
- ''___ the Explorer'' (kids' TV show)
- ''___ the Explorer''
- Young Latina explorer of children's TV
- Young Latina "explorer" in kids' cartoons
- Young explorer of TV
- Young cartoon explorer
- Woman's name meaning "gift"
- Well-traveled Nickelodeon toon
- TV title explorer
- TV character voiced by Kathleen Herles
- TV "explorer"
- Traveling Nick Jr. toon
- Toon traveler
- Toon explorer of kiddie TV
- Toon adventurer
- Toddler's "Explorer"
- The Explorer of kids' TV
- Surrealist Maar
- She has a squirrel friend named Tico
- She has a singing backpack
- Seven-year-old TV character whose last name is Marquez
- Picasso's "___ Maar au Chat"
- Picasso subject __ Maar
- NickJr.com character
- Nickelodeon's young explorer
- Nickelodeon's "Explorer"
- Nickelodeon toon quester
- Nickelodeon character whose surname is Marquez
- Nickelodeon cartoon girl
- Nickelodeon cartoon character with a monkey named Boots
- Nickelodeon "explorer"
- Nickelodeon 'explorer'
- Nick Jr.'s the Explorer' '--
- Nick Jr.'s explorer
- Nick Jr. explorer
- Name of an explorer on Nickelodeon
- Mr Spenlow's daughter
- Latina explorer of toondom
- Kidvid girl with a talking map
- Kidvid girl with a backpack
- Kidvid character surnamed Marquez
- Kid-TV's bilingual explorer
- Hispanic American explorer seen on Nick Jr
- Her friends include a Backpack and Map
- Her enemy is Swiper
- Girl explorer of kid lit
- Friend of Boots the Monkey, on kids' TV
- Friend of Boots the Monkey
- Flood of "Cannery Row"
- First bilingual heroine of kids' TV
- Fictional explorer who also plays the flute
- Fictional explorer Marquez
- Fictional "child wife."
- Feminist Russell
- Female toon explorer
- Famous Spanish explorer
- Exploring toon
- Exploring Latina
- Explorer with Boots
- Explorer with a sidekick named Boots
- Explorer with a purple backpack
- Explorer with a monkey pal
- Explorer whose last name is Marquez
- Explorer who traveled to the Purple Planet in a 2005 video game
- Explorer who speaks Spanish
- Explorer voiced by Kathleen Herles, Caitlin Sanchez and Fátima Ptacek
- Explorer voiced by Fatima Ptacek
- Explorer on TV
- Explorer on PBS
- Explorer on Nick
- Explorer on many a young kid's backpack
- Explorer of toondom
- Explorer of kids' television
- Explorer of kid-vid
- Explorer in kids' cartoons
- Explorer in children's television
- Dumb girl in "Match Game" questions
- Dumb girl
- David's first wife in "David Copperfield"
- David Copperfield's wife
- Cousin of Diego in a kids' cartoon
- Copperfield's "child-wife"
- Companion of Boots the Monkey
- Cartoon pal of the monkey Boots
- Cartoon girl with a pink T-shirt and orange shorts
- Cartoon girl with a loud voice and large eyes
- Cartoon girl with a backpack that sings
- Cartoon explorer with a talking backpack
- Cartoon explorer with a monkey named Boots
- Cartoon explorer who encounters a thieving fox named Swiper
- Cartoon character with a backpack
- Cartoon character who says "Swiper, no swiping!"
- Cartoon character who explores with Boots
- Cartoon "explorer"
- Canadian theatre award
- Boots's cartoon friend
- Birth control activist Russell
- Bilingual TV explorer
- Bilingual TV cartoon explorer
- Bilingual toon explorer
- Bilingual kids’ heroine
- Bilingual cartoon explorer
- Backpack-carrying explorer
- Animated title character who only you can prevent from getting her shit swiped
- Animated kid explorer
- Adventurous Nickelodeon Latina
- 7-year-old TV explorer
- 10-year-old adventurer who was 7 when she debuted in 2000
- "Swiper, no swiping!" speaker of children's TV
- "Exploratrice" of Canadian kidvid
- "Dumb" girl
- "Dumb ___" ("Blondie" precursor)
- "Dumb ___," old comic strip
- "Dumb _____" (old comic)
- "Cannery Row" restaurant owner __ Flood
- "___ the Explorer" (Nick Jr. cartoon featuring a talking backpack)
- "___ the Explorer" (kids' TV show)
- "___ the Explorer" (children's show)
- "___ and the Lost City of Gold" (2019 movie)
- "___ and Friends: Into the City!" (Nick Jr. cartoon with bilingual characters)
- "___ and Friends: Into the City!" (bilingual show for kids)
- "___ and Friends: Into the City!" (bilingual kids' show)
- "__ the Explorer": kids' TV show
- 'Explorer' of kiddie TV
- 'Explorer' of cartoons
- 'Explorer' girl
- 'David Copperfield' character
- ''Cannery Row'' character
- ____ Award (won by Peterson won for Corner Gas)
- ___ the Explorer (girl in a Nickelodeon cartoon)
- ___ Milaje (Wakanda protectors)
- __ Maar, mistress of Picasso
- Celebrated Freud case
- Dumb _____
- Dumb ___ (scatterbrain)
- Destructive 1964 Florida hurricane
- The first Mrs. Copperfield
- ___ Maar (Picasso subject)
- Mrs. David Copperfield
- Mrs. Copperfield, née Spenlow
- "Cannery Row" character
- ___ Maar (Picasso mistress and subject)
- "Dumb" girl of old comics
- "Dumb ___" ("Blondie" forerunner)
- David Copperfield's first wife
- "Dumb" girl of comicdom
- Copperfield's bride
- "Dumb" comics girl
- Nickelodeon's "___ the Explorer"
- "David Copperfield" woman
- "Cannery Row" woman
- Memorable 1964 Florida hurricane
- ___ Maar, Picasso subject
- Nickelodeon's little explorer
- "David Copperfield" wife
- Nickelodeon cartoon explorer
- Nickelodeon's ___ the Explorer
- "___ the Explorer" (kids' show)
- "Dumb ___" (old comic)
- Little explorer on Nickelodeon
- Nickelodeon explorer
- "Dumb ___" (old comic strip)
- TV explorer with an iguana named Isa
- TV explorer of note
- 1920s birth control advocate Russell
- Cartoon explorer with a cousin named Diego
- Celebrated Sigmund Freud patient
- Nickelodeon's explorer
- ___ Spenlow (Dickens girl)
- Noted explorer traveling with a monkey
- ___ Marquez, Nickelodeon cartoon girl
- Pseudonym of a noted Freud patient
- Explorer of kiddie TV
- "___ the Explorer" (Nickelodeon show)
- Spanish-speaking explorer
- Toon with a singing map
- Seven-year-old explorer
- "Cannery Row" brothel owner
- TV "explorer" with a talking backpack
- ___ the Explorer of kid-vid
- TV girl with a talking map
- Explorer of kidvid
- Explorer with a friend named Boots
- Artist Maar depicted in Picasso's "The Weeping Woman"
- ___ Maar (Picasso's muse)
- "I Married ___" (1987 ABC sitcom)
- Pseudonym of Freud's famed hysteria patient
- Rapper's headwear
- Animated "Explorer"
- "Explorer" girl
- Tennyson poem
- Copperfield's first wife
- Name literally meaning "gifts"
- Comic-strip heroine
- TV's "I Married ___": 1987
- First Mrs. Copperfield
- Picasso's "___ Maar Seated"
- ___ Baltea, Po feeder
- Dickens character
- Poem by Tennyson
- Copperfield's childish bride
- Dickens's ___ Spenlow
- Dickens heroine
- Ancient Canaanite seaport
- "Not so dumb" girl of comics
- One of the Copperfields
- Tennyson heroine
- Dumb one of old comics
- She may not be so dumb
- Dumb one of comics
- Copperfield's love
- Copperfield's child wife
- Beloved of 26 Down
- A Copperfield
- "Gifted" girl
- "___ Maar Seated," by 24 Across
- Dickens's Miss Spenlow
- Mount ___, Fla. resort
- Model poser, briefly 3 down? David Copperfield's partner
- Woman is con artist
- Girl's name
- Dickens girl
- Explorer of kids' TV
- Toon explorer with a monkey friend named Boots
- Animated explorer Marquez
- Kid-vid explorer
- TV's bilingual explorer
- Nickelodeon's 'Explorer'
- Kidvid explorer
- Explorer girl of kids' TV
- "David Copperfield" character
- Explorer of children's TV
- "Explorer" of kids' TV
- "___ the Explorer" (kid's show)
- Explorer on Nickelodeon
- Young toon explorer
- TV toon explorer
- Nickelodeon's girl explorer
- Latina toon explorer
- Explorer on Nick Jr
- Explorer of kids' cartoons
- Dickens lass
- Animated 'Explorer'
- TV's kid explorer
- TV 'explorer'
- Swiper tries to swipe from her
- She's an explorer
- Popular children's explorer
- Picasso muse ___ Maar
- Nickelodeon's cartoon "explorer"
- Nickelodeon girl with a backpack
- Modern explorer
- Kiddie explorer
- Girl explorer of cartoons
- Fictional Copperfield
- Famous explorer
- Explorer with a talking backpack
- Explorer with a backpack
- Explorer of TV
- Explorer Marquez
- Dumb girl of comicdom
- Chic Young's dimwit character
- Cartoon girl with a talking backpack
- Cartoon character with a backpack and map
- "The Explorer" of kiddie TV
- ''The Explorer'' of kid TV
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
fem. proper name, short for Dorothy, Dorothea.
Housing Units (2000): 52
Land area (2000): 2.816176 sq. miles (7.293862 sq. km)
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Total area (2000): 2.816176 sq. miles (7.293862 sq. km)
FIPS code: 21180
Located within: New Mexico (NM), FIPS 35
Location: 33.931279 N, 103.337472 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Housing Units (2000): 1080
Land area (2000): 7.543470 sq. miles (19.537497 sq. km)
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Total area (2000): 7.543470 sq. miles (19.537497 sq. km)
FIPS code: 21136
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 33.729476 N, 87.087013 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 35062
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Dora may stand for:
- Dora (given name)
Dora is the pseudonym given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whom he diagnosed with hysteria, and treated for about eleven weeks in 1900. Her most manifest hysterical symptom was aphonia, or loss of voice. The patient's real name was Ida Bauer (1882–1945); her brother Otto Bauer was a leading member of the Austromarxism movement.
Freud published a case study about Dora, Fragments of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria (1905 , Standard Edition Vol. 7, pp. 1–122; ), the first, and subsequently the most controversial, of his published case-studies.
Dora (born Dora Maria Reis Dias de Jesus) (born 1966) is a Portuguese singer.
She represented Portugal twice at the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1986 she was 14th with Não sejas mau para mim and two years later she was 18th with Voltarei.
Dora is a female name of Greek origin being a shortened form or derived from Dorothea ( Dorothy), Theodora meaning "Gift" or in its full form "God's Gift", from , doron, "gift" + , theos, "god". The name Dora can also be a short form of Isadora, Isidora and other such compound names. The earliest form of the word doron is the Mycenaean Greek , do-ra, meaning "gifts", written in the Linear B syllabic script, but it is not an anthroponym, it is only the plural of said word; on the other hand, the names Theodora and Amphidora are attested in Linear B as , te-o-do-ra, and , a-pi-do-ra, respectively. The masculine counterpart of the latter, i.e. Amphidoros, is also found: , a-pi-do-ro.
In the Russian language, Dora can be a diminutive of the male first name Agafodor.
Dora is a 1933 British comedy film directed by St. John Legh Clowes. It was designed to humorously highlight some of the bizarre regulations of the Defence of the Realm Act 1914 (known as DORA), drawn up during the First World War, but still in force. In a series of incidents the restrictions of the Act are witnessed by a bemused American tourist.
Dora is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language horror film directed by Dass Ramasamy and produced by Sargunam, starring Nayanthara in the leading role. The film, which was predominantly shot across London, began production in June 2016.
Usage examples of "dora".
Mother Dora lifts her hands to signal it is time for her to yield the center to Amphitrite, who will regale us with a new story.
I know only that much of the past that Mother Dora and Amphitrite and Philoctetes have told me in stories.
Dora lifts her hands to signal it is time for her to yield the center to Amphitrite, who will regale us with a new story.
What Sweeney learned was this: Dora Bowditch went missing eighteen years earlier and nobody had a clue what might have happened to her.
The police spent some time trying to see if Dora Bowditch might have had a reason to disappear.
About the time Matthew and Dora Bowditch became grandparents for the first time, Dora underwent a sort of personality change.
Dora Bowditch disappeared on the way to a golf tournament, Matthew Bowditch is looking to buy a retirement home in a golfing community, their old Korean gardener plays golf in Pennsylvania.
The letters were those Matthew Bowditch had written to his new wife Dora while he was away fighting the war.
The Talbots rode together, as did Bud and Butts, leaving Dora and Bruce as companions of the trail.
Humphrey Highmore, not Dora, had been the one who told me the most about the Lodge.
Once Moses was in the hole, William Robbins came out of the house followed by Dora, his daughter.
They have come north from the Dora camp at Nordhausen, north till the land ended, and have set up an all-male community between this marsh and the Oder estuary.
Then, finally, up to Nordhausen, and Camp Dora, where everything stopped.
As Agnes, standing waiting upon the tennis-ground where Dora had left her, suddenly caught sight of Tom Raymond, her heart gave a little throb of exultation.
He swallowed his pills, ate his poached fish and fruit salad, and watched them leave the house, each suitably attired as befitted thirty years and fifty-five, Denise in purple velvet, feathers and a picture hat, Dora in the ranch mink he had bought her for 12 their silver wedding.