Origin of doge1
Origin of doge2
Examples from the Web for doge
Historical Examples of doge
His picture of the Doge's palace at Venice was quite clay-cold and untrue.Modern Painters Volume I (of V)
Byron's Doge is almost, if not quite, as unhistorical as his Bonivard or his Mazeppa.The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 4
We dined, and I was then conducted to the palace of the Doge, where the tribunals are now held.
We alighted at the palace of the Doge, and proceeded to the prisons.
The Doge started in astonishment at this bold and unexpected request.The Bravo of Venice
Word Origin for doge
"chief magistrate of Venice or Genoa," 1540s, from Venetian dialect doge, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux "leader" (see duke (n.)).