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dulse

noun \ˈdəls\

Definition of DULSE

:  any of several coarse red seaweeds (especially Palmaria palmata) found especially in northern latitudes and used as a food condiment

Origin of DULSE

modification of Scottish Gaelic duileasg; akin to Welsh delysg dulse
First Known Use: circa 1698

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