doge

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English[edit]

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Andrea Gritti, Doge of Venice (1523-1538)

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PIE root
*dewk-

From Venetian or Italian doge, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux (leader, prince).

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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, A History of Venice, chapter 34, 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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Finnish[edit]

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 dogelleˣ dogeilleˣ
essive dogena dogeina
translative dogeksi dogeiksi
instructive dogein
abessive dogetta dogeitta
comitative dogeineen

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Etymology[edit]

From Venetian doge, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux (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 ! []

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

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Venetian Doxe, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux (leader, prince). See also duce and duca.

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doge m (plural dogi)

  1. doge

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Lithuanian[edit]

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

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dogè m

  1. locative singular form of dogas.

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dòge m

  1. vocative singular form of dogas.

Portuguese[edit]

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doge m (plural doges)

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

Volapük[edit]

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doge

  1. dative singular of dog