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Donald derives from Domhall, with the meaning "Ruler of the World"
Vladimir means also "Ruler of the World".
Fortunately Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin seem to get along, if they now are going to rule the world together.
gunnarW38  9/27/2016
LMS  5/15/2016
Variation: Dòmhnall.
LMS  5/15/2016
Oh wow you guys, praise the heavens above that the name police have arrived to instruct us all what names to like and to bestow upon our offspring. Good lord, shouldn't we all have known to ONLY use anglicized spellings? After all, we all know variety and different cultures are simply nothing more than a folly!

That being stated, I find Domhnall a marvelous name. "Ruler of the world"? Yes indeed! And a marvelous spelling!
― Anonymous User  4/17/2016
Dear everyone who is a fan of Gaelic spellings, I hope you realize that essentially NO one outside of Ireland, Scotland and maybe even Britain and surrounding places uses Gaelic spelling. You use a Gaelic spelling and you better pray for them if they enter the states and possibly other non-gaelic countries as well. Their name will get slaughtered; both by spelling and pronunciation. That's a given.
We don't do Gaelic spellings! Talk about giving your child a headache upon meeting new people (: anglecized please!

Domhnall isn't that bad considering.
Caiohme: that's somehow keeva\keva. And sad to say, that's not even the worst of the horrid Gaelic spellings.
― Anonymous User  6/10/2015
Domhnall Gleeson, Irish actor. Domhnall Gleeson has appeared in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (parts one and two), True Grit and Never Let Me Go as well as RTÉ comedy series Your Bad Self. He is also known for being the son of Irish actor Brendan Gleeson.
― Anonymous User  3/28/2012
Actor Domhnall Gleeson, son of Brendan Gleeson bears this name.
― Anonymous User  2/3/2011

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