from The Century Dictionary.

  • See delphin.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to the dolphin, a genus of fishes.

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of dolphins


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Rated of 5 by cseychew love, love, love erdrich. however, i felt that this, her latest novel, was somewhat lacking. delphine is a beautifully developed character, but i felt that the majority of the other characters were thin. i understand that franz was stoic and shut down, but he seemed unreal to me. erdrich generally writes beautifully and that is also the case here.

    Reader reviews of The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich.

  • Dear delphine: Thanks for the spirited defense, and please do leave a naughty comment about YSL's awful legacy.

    Art in the Parks 3: Nan Kempner's Clothing

  • The funny thing is, some of the song turns out to be some kind of delphine opera.

    Dark Mirror

  • Hwiii laid eyes on him and “swam” over to him at speed, nudging him not too hard under one mostly bare rib, and laughing delphine laughter.

    Dark Mirror

  • Hwiii dropped his jaw in the genuine delphine grin.

    Dark Mirror

  • i care hehehe. so do you have a boyfriend? delphine |


  • delphine: tart pans are a special pan that has a removable bottom. do a quick internet search and you will find a photo of one.

    Fresh Fruit and Cream Cheese Tart | Baking Bites

  • Let’s see… From delphine rape to the Whore of Babylon in Lego.


  • Let’s see… From delphine rape to the Whore of Babylon in Lego.

    Art, animals and wunderkammer

  • Oh Fanny, I’m so glad you’re OK – look after yourself and hope you’re feeling better soon. kxx delphine said something sweet:

    foodbeam » Now, that’s bunny-luck


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  • Dolphin-like.

    December 8, 2006

  • Delphine is a Francophone female given name either meaning "of Delphi" or coming from the Latin "delphinus" meaning dolphin. _Wikipedia

    July 11, 2008