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Definition funny of Docta:
Used to replace other words such as "dude", "man", or "thug". Used as a greeting, compliment, and a way of creating humor in your conversations.
Such as: "What's up Docta?!" "What it is Docta!?" "Where you be Docta" "Docta, nicely done!" "Check out that Docta."
Songs about Docta:
Abstract Pain (Docta Ignorantia) by Anaemia from the Album The Second Incarnation
The Adventures Of Soul Bra And Docta Dick'em (Pts. 1 & 2) by Madlib from the Album Madlib Medicine Show #11: Low Budget High Fi Music
Burn (feat. DJ Docta) [Explicit] by Fortunato from the Album Unseen Armada [Explicit]
Circus Clowns (feat. Dj Docta) [Explicit] by Antiheroes from the Album This Is Freedumb [Explicit]
Da Docta [Explicit] by Pancho T.N.T from the Album Crestview Da Movement The Album Pt 1 [Explicit]
Da Docta [Explicit] by Pancho T.N.T from the Album Crestview Da Movement, Pt. 1 [Explicit]
The Deep End ft Docta Buddah by Ry-It from the Album Bud, Booze and Wicked Shit
Books about Docta:
De Docta Coincidentium Ignorante - Score by Rosario Merendino (Apr 25, 2013)
Décima Docta (Spanish Edition) by Myriam Millán and Luis F Lopez (Sep 14, 2013)
De docta simplicitate primae ecclesiae, et de usu calicis in Synaxi, et de Eucharistico sacrificio, adversus petulantem... by Carl von Reifitz (Aug 28, 2010)
Docta culpa ignorantiaque.: An article from: Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad de Costa Rica by Juan Pablo Quesada Cerdas (Nov 2, 2005)
Tracing Nicholas of Cusa's Early Development: The Relationship between De concordantia catholica and De docta... by Miroy J De Guzman (Mar 31, 2009)
Matrona Docta: Educated Women in the Roman Elite from Cornelia to Julia Domna (Routledge Classical Monographs)... by Emily A. Hemelrijk (Feb 26, 2004)
Nicholas of Cusa on Learned Ignorance: A Translation and an Appraisal of De Docta Ignorantia by Jasper Hopkins (Jun 1985)
Wiki information Docta:
De docta ignorantia is a book on philosophy and theology by Nicholas of Cusa, who finished writing it on 12 February 1440 in his hometown of Kues, Germany. Earlier scholars had discussed the question of "learned ignorance". Augustine of Hippo, for...