[doo l-ke et de-koh-room est proh pah-tree-ah moh-ree; English duhl-see et di-kawr-uh m est proh pey-tree-uh mawr-ahy, mohr-ahy, -kohr-uh m] /ˈdʊl kɛ ɛt dɛˈkoʊ rum ɛst proʊ ˈpɑ triˌɑ ˈmoʊ ri; English ˈdʌl si ɛt dɪˈkɔr əm ɛst proʊ ˈpeɪ tri ə ˈmɔr aɪ, ˈmoʊr aɪ, -ˈkoʊr əm/
sweet and fitting it is to die for one’s country.
[duhl-sit] /ˈdʌl sɪt/ adjective 1. pleasant to the ear; melodious: the dulcet tones of the cello. 2. pleasant or agreeable to the eye or the feelings; soothing. 3. Archaic. sweet to the taste or smell. noun 4. an organ stop resembling the dulciana but an octave higher. /ˈdʌlsɪt/ adjective 1. (of a sound) soothing or […]
[duhl-see-an-uh, -ah-nuh] /ˌdʌl siˈæn ə, -ˈɑ nə/ noun 1. an organ stop having metal pipes and giving thin, incisive, somewhat stringlike tones. /ˌdʌlsɪˈɑːnə/ noun 1. a sweet-toned organ stop, controlling metal pipes of narrow scale
[duhl-suh-fahy] /ˈdʌl səˌfaɪ/ verb (used with object), dulcified, dulcifying. 1. to make more agreeable; mollify; appease. 2. to sweeten. /ˈdʌlsɪˌfaɪ/ verb (transitive) -fies, -fying, -fied 1. (rare) to make pleasant or agreeable 2. a rare word for sweeten
[duhl-suh-mer] /ˈdʌl sə mər/ noun 1. Also called hammered dulcimer, hammer dulcimer. a trapezoidal zither with metal strings that are struck with light hammers. 2. a modern folk instrument related to the guitar and plucked with the fingers. /ˈdʌlsɪmə/ noun (music) 1. a tuned percussion instrument consisting of a set of strings of graduated length […]