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Donator Do*na"tor, n. [L. Cf. Donor.] (Law) One who makes a gift; a donor; a giver.
Donatory Don"a*to*ry, n. (Scots Law) A donee of the crown; one the whom, upon certain condition, escheated property is made over.

Meaning of donato from wikipedia

- bulleted list item donato may refer to: donato da cascia (fl. c. 1350 – 1370), italian composer of trecento madrigals pietro donato (1380–1447), a renaissance
- san donato, noble title it is also a place-name: san donato di lecce san donato di ninea san donato milanese san donato val di comino villa san donato churches
- artist. for other references to donatello, see donatello (disambiguation). donato di niccolò di betto bardi (c. 1386 – 13 december 1466), better known as
- richard louis '****' donato (born june 24, 1963) is a bar manager from los angeles, california. he was the winner of the reality game show big brother
- donato is a comune (muni****lity) in the province of biella in the italian region piedmont, located about 50 kilometres (31 mi) north of turin and about
- san donato di ninea (gr****: nymphaea) is a town and comune in the province of cosenza in the calabria region of southern italy. in 1602 the spanish king
- san donato val di comino is a comune (muni****lity) in the province of frosinone in the italian region lazio, located in the comino valley about 110 kilometres
- san donato milanese is a comune (muni****lity) in the metropolitan city of milan in the italian region lombardy, located about 10 kilometres (6 mi) southeast
- for the australian rules footballer, see david donato (footballer). david tom donato is an american singer known for his involvement in black sabbath