Dow

Dow, or the acronym DOW, may refer to:

Contents

People

  • Herbert Henry Dow (1866–1930), founder of Dow Chemical Company
  • Charles Dow (1851–1902), founder of Dow Jones & Co
  • James R. Dow, professor of German language
  • Paula Dow (born 1955), 58th Attorney General of New Jersey
  • Neal S. Dow (1804–1897), noted prohibitionist
  • Tony Dow (born 1945), actor most famous as the older brother, Wally, in the Leave it to Beaver TV series
  • Harold Dow (1947–2010), from the 48 Hours Mystery TV series
  • Ryan Dow (born 1991), Scottish footballer for Dundee United
  • Dow Finsterwald (born 1929), American professional golfer

Business

Academia

Places

Indigneous peoples

Fiction

  • Dow, a character in the Fusion comics series

Science

  • Dow process, the electrolytic method of bromine extraction from brine

Acronym

See also

  • Dhow, a traditional Arab sailing ship

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  • dow — dow·able; dow·a·ger; dow·el·er; dow·er·ess; dow·er·less; dow·ie; dow·ie·ism; dow·ie·ite; dow·itch; dow·itch·er; dow·las; dow·ly; dow·na; dow·nin·gia; dow·sa·bel; dow·sets; dow·ter; dow; en·dow; en·dow·ment; pan·dow·dy; row·dy·dow; row·dy·dow·dy;… …   English syllables

  • Dow — ist eine Abkürzung für mehrere Unternehmen bzw. Produkte: für das US amerikanische Verlagshaus Dow Jones Company für den durch das Verlagshaus veröffentlichten Aktienindex Dow Jones Index für das größte amerikanische Chemieunternehmen, siehe Dow… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dow — (dou), prop. n. (Finance) shortened form of {the Dow Jones Index} or Dow Jones Industrial Average; as, the Dow rose 100 points today. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dow — /dow/, n. 1. Gerrard Du. /gay rddahrddt/. See Dou, Gerard. 2. Herbert Henry, 1866 1930, U.S. chemist, inventor, and industrialist. * * * (as used in expressions) Dow Chemical Co. Dow Jones average Dow Herbert Henry * * * …   Universalium

  • Dow — Dow, n. A kind of vessel. See {Dhow}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dow — Dow, v. t. [F. douer. See {Dower}.] To furnish with a dower; to endow. [Obs.] Wyclif. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • DOW — Chemical Company (Business » NYSE Symbols) Dow Chemical Company (Business » Firms) * Day Of Week (Miscellaneous » Days Abbreviations) * Day Of Week (Governmental » US Government) * Died Of Wounds (Governmental » Military) * Defenders Of Wildlife… …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • dow|di|ly — «DOW duh lee», adverb. in a dowdy manner; shabbily …   Useful english dictionary

  • dow|dy — «DOW dee», adjective, di|er, di|est, noun, plural dies. –adj. poorly dressed; not neat; not stylish; shabby: »a dress…dowdy with age (Anthony Trollope). –n. a woman whose clothes are shabby or not st …   Useful english dictionary

  • dow|el — «DOW uhl», noun, verb, eled, el|ing or (especially British) elled, el|ling. –n. 1. a peg on a piece of wood, metal, or plastic, made to fit into a corresponding hole in another piece, so as to form a joint fastening the two pieces together. 2. a… …   Useful english dictionary

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