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dauphine

noun, dau·phine often capitalized \d-ˈfēn, dō-\

Definition of DAUPHINE

:  the wife of the dauphin

Origin of DAUPHINE

French
First Known Use: 1824

Dauphiné

geographical name Dau·phi· \ˌdō-fē-ˈnā\

Definition of DAUPHINÉ

region & former province SE France N of Provence Grenoble

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