Dauphin

The Dauphin was a French Requin Class submarine of 974 tons displacement surfaced launched in 1925. The Dauphin was powered by two diesel engines providing a top speed of 16 knots surfaced and an electric motor providing a speed of 10 knots submerged and a range of 11200 km surfaced. She carried a complement of 51 and armaments consisted of one 3.9...
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dauphin

[n] - formerly, the eldest son of the King of France and direct heir to the throne
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dauphin

Title of the eldest son of the kings of France, derived from the personal name of a count, whose lands, known as the Dauphiné, traditionally passed...
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Dauphin

Dau'phin noun [ French dauphin , prop., a dolphin, from Latin delphinus . See Dolphin . The name was given, for some reason unexplained, to Guigo, count of Vienne, in the 12th century, and was borne by succeeding counts of Vienne. In 1349, Dauphiny was bequeathed to Philippe de Valoi...
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dauphin

noun formerly, the eldest son of the King of France and direct heir to the throne
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Dauphin

• (n.) The title of the eldest son of the king of France, and heir to the crown. Since the revolution of 1830, the title has been discontinued.
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Dauphin

county, central Pennsylvania, U.S., bounded to the north by Mahantango Creek, to the west by the Susquehanna River, and to the south by Conewago ...
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dauphin

title of the eldest son of a king of France, the heir apparent to the French crown, from 1350 to 1830. The title was established by the royal house ... [1 related articles]
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Dauphin

town, southwestern Manitoba, Canada. It lies along the Vermilion River just west of Dauphin Lake, 201 miles (323 km) by road northwest of Winnipeg. ... [1 related articles]
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Dauphin

cow’s-milk cheese shaped like a dauphin, or dolphin; from the North.
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Dauphin

Dauphin (dô'fin) , town (1991 pop. 8,453), SW Man., Canada, on the Vermilion River. It is the retail and distribution center for an agricultural, lumbering, and fishing area.
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dauphin

dauphin (dô'fin, Fr. dōfăN') [Fr.,=dolphin], French title, borne first by the counts of Vienne (also called Viennois) and later by the eldest son of the king of France, or, if the dauphin came to die before the king, by the dauphin's eldest son. The origin of the title is r...
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Dauphin

From 1370 until 1830, Dauphin was the title of the eldest son of the King of France. The title was said to be derived from the dolphin, the crest of the lords of Dauphiny. The name was assumed towards the middle of the 9th century by the lord of Dauphiny, which province was bequeathed by Humbert II to the King of France in 1349, on condition that t...
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Dauphin

Dauphin is a French semi-soft cheese made from un-pasteurised goat's milk flavoured with tarragon and pepper.
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dauphin

Title of the eldest son of the kings of France, derived from the personal name of a count, whose lands, known as the Dauphiné, traditionally passed to the heir to the throne from 1349 to 1830
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dauphin

eldest son of the King of France
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Dauphin

[rocket] The Dauphin is a French sounding rocket, of which six versions were constructed between 1967 and 1978. It represents a modification of the starting stage of the Dragon with a larger payload nosecone. The Dauphin has a diameter of 56 centimetres, a launch weight of 1.132 metric tons, a length of 6.21 metres, a takeoff thrust of 90 k...
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Dauphin

[provincial electoral district] Dauphin was a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created in 1881 with the expansion of the province`s western boundary, eliminated in 1886, re-established in 1892, and finally abolished in 1999. Most of its territory went to the new riding of Dauphin-Roblin, though a sm...
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Dauphin

The eldest living son of the French king and heir to the throne of France.
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