noun, plural dau·phines [daw-feenz; French doh-feen] /ˈdɔ finz; French doʊˈfin/.
Origin of dauphine
Examples from the Web for dauphine
Historical Examples of dauphine
The young Dauphine had neither the desire, nor the patience, nor, the tact.The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Complete
Madame La Marquise De Montespan
She was as jealous of the Dauphine as a lover is of his mistress.
The Dauphine was not backward in repeating this word for word.
He said that the Dauphine would not come, it not being her hour.
He rejoined at that, moment the Dauphine, and they set off for Saint-Germain.