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Do•na•tus



Pronunciation: (dō-nā'tus), [key]
n.
1. early-4th-century bishop of Casae Nigrae in northern Africa: leader of a heretical Christian group. Cf. Donatist.
2. Aelius. 4th century a.d., Roman grammarian.

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