doge

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English[edit]

Andrea Gritti, Doge of Venice (1523–1538)

Etymology 1[edit]

From Venetian Doxe or Italian doge, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux (leader, prince). Doublet of duc, duke, and dux.

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doge (plural doges or dogi)

  1. (historical) The chief magistrate in the republics of Venice and Genoa.
    • 1797, John Adams, A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States, page 62:
      In the thirteenth century, a new method of appointing the doge, by the famous ballot of Venice, a complicated mixture of choice and chance, was adopted.
    • 1982, John Julius Norwich, chapter 34, in A History of Venice, page 346:
      This reply was one of the first important pronouncements to be made by Antonio Grimani, who on 6 July had been elected seventy-fourth Doge of Venice in succession to Leonardo Loredan.
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Etymology 2[edit]

Doge

From dog. First attested in the 2005 episode Biz Cas Fri 1 from Homestar Runner.[1]

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doge (plural doges)

  1. (Internet slang, humorous) A dog.
  2. (Internet slang, humorous) Specifically, a Shiba Inu, as in the doge meme.
    • 2015 July 23, Dave Lee, “Six times Reddit wasn't completely awful”, in BBC[2]:
      Bobsled wasn't the only Dogecoin-backed sporting success. Fans of Nascar will recognise the car driven by Josh Wise, emblazoned, as it is, with the adorable little doge on its bonnet (pictured above).
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  1. ^ “Biz Cas Fri 1”, in Homestar Runner[1] (in English), written by Mike and Matt Chapman, June 24, 2005: “Homestar Runner: Rondleman, you crack me up. Crack! Me! Up! That's why you're my D-O-G-E! / Strong Bad: Your doge?! What are you talking about? I'm Strong Bad! Rondleman works in Regional Shipping Management Resources.”

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Italian doge.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈdo(ː)dʒe/, [ˈdo̞(ː)dʒe̞]
  • IPA(key): /ˈdoɡe/, [ˈdo̞ɡe̞]

Noun[edit]

doge

  1. doge

Declension[edit]

In genitive plural, non-standard dogien seems to be the most commonly used form.

Inflection of doge (Kotus type 8/nalle, no gradation)
nominative doge doget
genitive dogen dogejen
partitive dogea dogeja
illative dogeen dogeihin
singular plural
nominative doge doget
accusative nom. doge doget
gen. dogen
genitive dogen dogejen
dogeinrare
partitive dogea dogeja
inessive dogessa dogeissa
elative dogesta dogeista
illative dogeen dogeihin
adessive dogella dogeilla
ablative dogelta dogeilta
allative dogelle dogeille
essive dogena dogeina
translative dogeksi dogeiksi
abessive dogetta dogeitta
instructive dogein
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of doge (Kotus type 8/nalle, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative dogeni dogeni
accusative nom. dogeni dogeni
gen. dogeni
genitive dogeni dogejeni
dogeinirare
partitive dogeani dogejani
inessive dogessani dogeissani
elative dogestani dogeistani
illative dogeeni dogeihini
adessive dogellani dogeillani
ablative dogeltani dogeiltani
allative dogelleni dogeilleni
essive dogenani dogeinani
translative dogekseni dogeikseni
abessive dogettani dogeittani
instructive
comitative dogeineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative dogesi dogesi
accusative nom. dogesi dogesi
gen. dogesi
genitive dogesi dogejesi
dogeisirare
partitive dogeasi dogejasi
inessive dogessasi dogeissasi
elative dogestasi dogeistasi
illative dogeesi dogeihisi
adessive dogellasi dogeillasi
ablative dogeltasi dogeiltasi
allative dogellesi dogeillesi
essive dogenasi dogeinasi
translative dogeksesi dogeiksesi
abessive dogettasi dogeittasi
instructive
comitative dogeinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative dogemme dogemme
accusative nom. dogemme dogemme
gen. dogemme
genitive dogemme dogejemme
dogeimmerare
partitive dogeamme dogejamme
inessive dogessamme dogeissamme
elative dogestamme dogeistamme
illative dogeemme dogeihimme
adessive dogellamme dogeillamme
ablative dogeltamme dogeiltamme
allative dogellemme dogeillemme
essive dogenamme dogeinamme
translative dogeksemme dogeiksemme
abessive dogettamme dogeittamme
instructive
comitative dogeinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative dogenne dogenne
accusative nom. dogenne dogenne
gen. dogenne
genitive dogenne dogejenne
dogeinnerare
partitive dogeanne dogejanne
inessive dogessanne dogeissanne
elative dogestanne dogeistanne
illative dogeenne dogeihinne
adessive dogellanne dogeillanne
ablative dogeltanne dogeiltanne
allative dogellenne dogeillenne
essive dogenanne dogeinanne
translative dogeksenne dogeiksenne
abessive dogettanne dogeittanne
instructive
comitative dogeinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative dogensa dogensa
accusative nom. dogensa dogensa
gen. dogensa
genitive dogensa dogejensa
dogeinsarare
partitive dogeaan
dogeansa
dogejaan
dogejansa
inessive dogessaan
dogessansa
dogeissaan
dogeissansa
elative dogestaan
dogestansa
dogeistaan
dogeistansa
illative dogeensa dogeihinsa
adessive dogellaan
dogellansa
dogeillaan
dogeillansa
ablative dogeltaan
dogeltansa
dogeiltaan
dogeiltansa
allative dogelleen
dogellensa
dogeilleen
dogeillensa
essive dogenaan
dogenansa
dogeinaan
dogeinansa
translative dogekseen
dogeksensa
dogeikseen
dogeiksensa
abessive dogettaan
dogettansa
dogeittaan
dogeittansa
instructive
comitative dogeineen
dogeinensa

French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Italian doge or directly from Venetian Doxe, from Latin ducem (leader, prince).

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doge m (plural doges)

  1. doge
    • 1833, Julie de Quérangal, Philippe de Morvelle, Revue des Deux Mondes, T.2,4
      Non pas, non pas, cria-t-on de tous côtés ; il y a encore Venise. - Venise la reine des mers ! - Le lion de Saint-Marc ! - Le Bucentaure ! - Le doge ! - Quel homme qu’un doge ! []
      "No, no," we cried from both sides; "there is still Venice. Venice the queen of the seas! The lion of St Mark! The Bucintoro! The doge! What a man is a doge!"

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  • Dictionnaire de l’Académie française, huitième édition, 1932-1935

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Venetian Doxe, from Latin ducem (leader, prince). See also the likewise borrowed doublets duce and duca.

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Noun[edit]

doge m (plural dogi)

  1. doge

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References[edit]

  1. ^ doge in Luciano Canepari, Dizionario di Pronuncia Italiana (DiPI)

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Lithuanian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (dogè) IPA(key): [doˈɡʲɛ]
  • (dòge) IPA(key): [ˈdoɡʲɛ]

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dogè m

  1. locative singular of dogas

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dòge m

  1. vocative singular of dogas

Portuguese[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

 

  • Hyphenation: do‧ge

Noun[edit]

doge m (plural doges)

  1. (historical) doge (chief magistrate in the republics of Venice and Genoa)

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Italian doge.

Noun[edit]

doge m (plural dogi)

  1. doge

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Volapük[edit]

Noun[edit]

doge

  1. dative singular of dog