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Don Flamenco is a Spanish boxer from the video game series Punch Out!
Donald (Don) Lockwood is a fictional character from the 1952 American musical romantic comedy, "Singin' in the Rain". His performance in the song "Singin' in the Rain" is now considered to be iconic. He is portrayed by Gene Kelly.
Don Tigre aka Furio Tigre, is a character in Ace Attorney. He is Phoenix Wright's phony.
Quickly fading from view, which can't come soon enough. Blunt, and horrid sounding. Never heard of anyone naming a baby this since the 1950s.
Sounds harsh, hard and awkward, like someone barfing.
It comes from a Spanish word that is hard to explain in English, but means due to the characteristic of having genius.
My first impression is that of Donald Duck. Then I think of an ugly crybaby who sponges off of others.
In 2018, 64 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Don* who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 426th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
No one has mentioned Don Quixote? Seriously?
Could be a nickname for Donovan.
Don Lothario from The Sims 2, The Sims 3 and The Sims 4 is a bearer of this name.
This is a really cool name! Short but awesome.
The name Don was given to 114 boys born in the US in 2015.
Don Freeman (1908-1978) wrote the classic children's book Corduroy.
Major Donald "Don" West is the pilot of the Jupiter 2 mission in Lost In Space.
This is a rather bland name, and it makes me think of the ghastly radio show host Don Imus.
Don Adams is the name of a famous actor who played Maxwell Smart in the show Get Smart and voiced Inspector Gadget. :]
It means "genius" in Spanish. (Not genius like a person, but I mean the quality of being a genius. As in "his genius allowed him to design a new rocket launcher in two weeks.") (Please correct me if I'm wrong.)
I think it's a beautiful name. Short, powerful. Really a strong name for a boy.
Don is pronounced as it is spelt, DON, as in gone.
You're wrong. You need to use this site's pronunciation guide. By the guide, it would not be pronounced DON unless it rhymes with cone or bone.
Yes but I am pronouncing it like the Phon in Phonetics. Not to ryhme with Dawn. I am not pronouncing it with an American accent.
To the person who said they weren't pronouncing it with an American accent, there is no such thing. I have been all over the country and every sounds extremely different. It is pronounced, Dahn like when you say Ahh, not Dawn as in awe.
Your accent doesn't matter. Do you know how to use a pronunciation key? When you see the letters AH in a pronunciation you have to go to the key to find out what sound they represent. If you do this you find that AH represents the sound in pot and con, which is the same as the sound in phonetics and Don. The O is used to represent an entirely different sound!
Don Moen is a Christian music artist.
Don is a title, as in Don Quixote.
Don is actually a Celtic Queen of the heavens and ruler of the dead, which means that the name was originally feminine.
A famous bearer is Don Knotts, the actor best-known for having starred as Barney Fife in 'The Andy Griffith Show.'
FBI agent Don Eppes, from "NUMB3RS."
Don Stark plays Bob on "That's 70's Show."
Don Vito is Bam Margera's uncle.
In an early edition of the New Oxford English Dictionary, the word "don" is listed as an Old English word meaning "gift." To this day, "don" means "gift" in the French language.

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