Delphin

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English[edit]

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See dauphin.

Adjective[edit]

Delphin (comparative more Delphin, superlative most Delphin)

  1. Relating to the dauphin of France.
    The Delphin classics was an edition of the Latin classics prepared in the reign of Louis XIV for the use of the dauphin.

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From Latin delphinus.

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Noun[edit]

Delphin m (genitive Delphins, plural Delphine)

  1. dolphin
    • 2010, Der Spiegel, issue 5/2010, page 100:
      Delphine sind die mit Abstand intelligentesten aller Tiere.
      Dolphins are by far the most intelligent of all animals.

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Delphin m

  1. A male given name