dowsets

plural noun dow·sets \ˈdau̇sə̇ts\
variants: or

doucets

Definition of dowsets

archaic

  1. :  the testes of a deer

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Origin and Etymology of dowsets

Middle English doucette (plural doucettes), a sweet dish, from Middle French doucette (feminine of doucet), from Old French doucete, feminine of doucet sweet, pleasant, from douz sweet, from Latin dulcis


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