noun dul·ci·nea \ˌdəl-sə-ˈnē-ə, -ˈsi-nē-ə\

Definition of DULCINEA

Origin of DULCINEA

Spanish, from Dulcinea del Toboso, beloved of Don Quixote
First Known Use: 1748


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