Doon can refer to:

Geography and places
  • River Doon, Scotland
  • Loch Doon, Scotland
  • Doon River, New Zealand
  • Doon, Iowa, USA
  • Doon, County Cavan, Ireland
  • Doon, County Offaly, Ireland
  • Doon, County Limerick, Ireland
  • Doon, County Londonderry, a townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  • Doon Valley, a type of open valley in India's Sivalik foothills to the Himalaya, or the valley of Dehradun specifically
  • The Doon School, a premier public boarding school in India
  • Doon Mackichan, an English comedienne
  • Doon de Mayence, a figure in the Matter of France
  • "Doon" (lai), a 13th century Breton lai
  • National Lampoon's Doon, a novel by Ellis Weiner, parodying Frank Herbert's Dune
  • Doon Theological Journal
  • HMS Doon (1904), British destroyer of the early 20th century

Other articles related to "doon":

Bonnie Doon Railway Station
... Bonnie Doon is a former railway station in Bonnie Doon, Victoria, Australia ... The tracks have been removed, but some structures remain at the site of the former station ...
St. Joseph's Academy, Dehradun - School Song
... How fair is the far spreading vale of the Doon In clear sparkling sunshine or darkling monsoon, But the spot we love best of the beauty spots there Is St ... and die without stain Let our voices ring out o’er the Doon’s verdant vale, In a jubilant shout, as we tell the proud tale Of the name and the fame of ... Joseph’s the pearl of the vale of the Doon ...
HMS Doon (1904)
... HMS Doon was a River-class destroyer named after the River Doon, and the only ship of the Royal Navy ever to bear the name ...
Tynron Doon
... Tynron Doon is a multivallate iron age hill fort outside the village of Tynron in Dumfriesshire in the District Council Region of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland ... Tynron Doon lies at the southern end of the Scaur hills ...
Benalla & District Football League - 2007 Ladder
1800 1045 172.25% 68 Longwood 1316. 129.26% 56 Bonnie Doon 1411. 97.73% 56 Tatong 1709. 89.29% 44 Swanpool 0 4 ...

Famous quotes containing the word doon:

    Wee Willie Winkie rins through the town,
    Up stairs and doon stairs in his nicht-gown,
    Tirling at the window, crying at the lock,
    ‘Are the weans in their bed, for it’s now ten o’clock?’
    William Miller (1810–1872)

    They yelleden as fiendes doon in hell;
    The duckes cryden as men would them quell;
    The geese for feare flewen over the trees;
    Out of the hive came the swarm of bees.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)