Dauphine

Dauphine is the female form of the particular French feudal (comital or princely) title of Dauphin (also anglicized as Dolphin), applied to the wife of a Dauphin (usually in the sense of heir to the French royal throne). It is roughly analogous to the British title Princess of Wales. Dauphine may also refer to: ...
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Dauphiné

The historical capital is Grenoble and the other main towns are Vienne, Valence, Montélimar, Gap and Romans-sur-Isère. Its inhabitants are called Dauphinois. Le Dauphiné Libéré is a famous regional French newspaper, and organized the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré (now known as the Critérium du Dauphiné) cycle stage race prior to 2010. ==...
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Dauphine

• (n.) The title of the wife of the dauphin.
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Dauphiné

Ancient province of France, comprising the modern départements of Isère, Drôme, and Hautes-Alpes. After the collapse of the Roman Empire it belonged to Burgundy, then was under Frankish...
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Dauphiné

Dauphiné (dōfēnā') , region and former province, SE France, bordering on Italy. It is now divided into three departments, Haute-Alpes, Isère, and Drôme. In the east the Alps culminate in the Barre des Écrins; their magnificent scenery attracts many touris...
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Dauphiné

historic and cultural region encompassing the southeastern French départements of Isère, Hautes-Alpes, and Drôme and coextensive with the former ... [1 related articles]
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dauphine

mashed potatoes mixed with choux pastry, shaped into small balls and fried.
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Dauphine

The name for little puffs made of potato puree, that are mixed with choux paste and deep fried.
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