Main definitions of DD in US English:

: DD1DD2

DD1

abbreviation

  • 1Designated driver.

    ‘I'm the DD tonight’
  • 2Military
    Dishonorable discharge.

  • 3Doctor of Divinity.

  • 4Department of Defense (on forms and documents)

    ‘a DD 214’
  • 5Daman and Diu.

Pronunciation

DD

/ˌdē ˈdē/

Main definitions of DD in US English:

: DD1DD2

DD2

noun

informal
  • A person's daughter (particularly used in online forums)

    ‘my DD is having three girls sleep over for her sixth birthday’
    • ‘So now I am looking at making the trek to Pride Park on Wednesday to buy tickets for Me, DD, DS and DD's friend.’
    • ‘However, DD's main passion in life is music, so this seemed like a show we may both enjoy.’
    • ‘DD's form tutor is fantastic anyway.’
    • ‘So much left to do to get DD ready for Brownies camp this weekend!’
    • ‘I had made an appointment for DD to have her haircut at 10 am.’
    • ‘DD and I went shopping then stayed in the warm and watched TV.’
    • ‘My DD has been acting out at school and I am at my wit's end.’
    • ‘It's DD's last day of nursery tomorrow so we just made cards for her teachers.’
    • ‘Taking DD to the doctor today, after she was ill again last nite.’
    • ‘Last Tuesday DD had to take the day off school - her cough was awful and she had no sleep the night before.’
    • ‘My DD also wants to see Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, do some 5 th Ave shopping, visit Times Square, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.’
    • ‘We're taking DD and two friends to the Utah Grizzlies/Idaho Steelheads game in SLC! Woohoo!’
    • ‘My DD and I are trying very hard to adopt a new healthy way of eating and snacking.’
    • ‘I also purchased a lunch bag for DD, which she thinks is too "cutsey" to take to high school, so I use it instead.’
    • ‘After dinner DD went to a friends for a sleepover.’
    • ‘My DD is nearly 7 weeks old and won't take any milk from a bottle.’
    • ‘The official beginning of my family's holiday season is always my DD's band concert.’
    • ‘Today DD and I (and DD's friend and sister) braved the rain to walk to Pride Park and join in with hundreds of other Rams fans to see the lads off on the way to Wembley.’
    • ‘This evening DD and her friend are going bowling with the free tickets we got back in March and her friend is staying over for the evening.’
    • ‘I was a bit afraid as I was buying our tickets that my DD would perhaps be too old and think I had gone off the deep end for taking her as a teenager.’
    • ‘By 10 am they hadn't arrived but we had managed to get DD's bed dismantled.’

Origin

1990s: abbreviation of darling daughter or dear daughter.

Pronunciation

DD

/ˌdē ˈdē/