noun do·bra \ˈdō-brə, ˈd-\

Definition of DOBRA

— see money table

Origin of DOBRA

Portuguese, from feminine of obsolete dobro double, from Latin duplus — more at double
First Known Use: 1978

Rhymes with DOBRA


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