[duhl-sin-ee-uh, duhl-suh-nee-uh] /dʌlˈsɪn i ə, ˌdʌl səˈni ə/
a ladylove; sweetheart.
a man’s sweetheart
“sweetheart,” 1748, from the name of Don Quixote’s mistress in Cervantes’ romance, the name a Spanish fem. derivative of Latin dulce “sweet.”
[duhl-si-tawl, -tol] /ˈdʌl sɪˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a water-soluble sugar alcohol, C 6 H 14 O 6 , isomeric with sorbitol, that is found in many plant species and is prepared in the laboratory by galactose reduction.
[duhl-see] /ˈdʌl si/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .
[doo-lahy-uh, dyoo-] /duˈlaɪ ə, dyu-/ noun, Roman Catholic Theology. 1. veneration and invocation given to saints as the servants of God. /ˈdjuːlɪə/ noun 1. the veneration accorded to saints in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Churches, as contrasted with hyperdulia and latria
[duhl] /dʌl/ adjective, duller, dullest. 1. not sharp; blunt: a dull knife. 2. causing boredom; tedious; uninteresting: a dull sermon. 3. not lively or spirited; listless. 4. not bright, intense, or clear; dim: a dull day; a dull sound. 5. having very little depth of color; lacking in richness or intensity of color. 6. slow […]