Dixie

Dixie is a nickname for the Southern United States. == Origin of the name == According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the origins of this nickname remain obscure. According to A Dictionary of Americanisms on Historical Principles (1951), by Mitford M. Mathews, three theories most commonly attempt to explain the term: ==Dixie as a region== As a ...
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DIXIE

DIXIE is an obsolete protocol for accessing X.500 directory services. DIXIE was intended to provide a lightweight means for clients to access X.500 directory services. DIXIE allowed TCP/IP clients to connect a DIXIE-to-DAP gateway which would provide access to the X.500 Directory Service. This design allows the client to access the directory witho...
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Dixie

(from the article `Emmett, Daniel Decatur`) His song `Dixie,` written in 1859, was originally a `walk-around,` or concluding number for a minstrel show. It attained national popularity and was ... ...the Confederate States of America (1860–65). The name came from the title of a song composed in 1859 by Daniel De...
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dixie

[n] - (British) a large metal pot (12 gallon camp kettle) for cooking
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dixie

noun a large metal pot (12 gallon camp kettle) for cooking; used in military camps
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Dixie

[Utah] Utah`s Dixie is the nickname for primarily the populated, lower elevation area of south-central Washington County in southwestern Utah. It`s climate is milder than the rest of Utah, and typical of the Mojave Desert, in which it lies. Situated below the Black Ridge and the Hurricane Cliffs, in the northeastern edge of the Mojave Deser...
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Dixie

Dix'ie (dĭks'ȳ) noun A colloquial name for the Southern portion of the United States, esp. during the Civil War. [ U.S.]
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Dixie

British Army camp kettle.
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Dixie

Dixie is an English name for girls. The meaning is `blessed` The name Dixie is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Doxie, Doxy See also: Benedicta
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Dixie

Dixie is slang for a receptacle used for carrying food.
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Dixie

Southern states of the USA. Dixie encompasses those states that joined the Confederacy during the American Civil War. The word may derive from the
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Dixie

Southern states of the USA. Dixie encompasses those states that joined the Confederacy during the American Civil War. The word may derive from the Mason–Dixon Line defining the northern boundary. Another explanation refers to the paper money printed in Louisiana before the Civil War, which had one side inscribed in French: on ten-dolla...
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Dixie

the Southern U.S. states, especially those that belonged to the Confederate States of America (1860–65). The name came from the title of a song ...
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