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Dore

[ dawr ]
/ dɔr /
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noun
Monts [mawn], /mɔ̃/, a group of mountains in central France: highest peak, 6,188 feet (1,885 meters).
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Other definitions for Dore (2 of 4)

doré1
[ daw-rey ]
/ dɔˈreɪ /

noun Canadian Dialect.
the walleye or pike perch of North America.

Origin of doré

1
1765–75; <Canadian French: literally, gilded, French <Late Latin deaurātus;see dorado

Other definitions for Dore (3 of 4)

doré2
[ daw-rey ]
/ dɔˈreɪ /

noun Mining.
a mixture of gold and silver in cast bars, as bullion.

Origin of doré

2
<French: literally, gilded; <Late Latin deaurātus;see dorado

Other definitions for Dore (4 of 4)

Doré
[ daw-rey; French daw-rey ]
/ dɔˈreɪ; French dɔˈreɪ /

noun
(Paul) Gus·tave [pawl gy-stav], /pɔl güˈstav/, 1832?–83, French painter, illustrator, and sculptor.
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British Dictionary definitions for Dore (1 of 2)

doré
/ (ˈdɔːreɪ, -riː) /

noun

Word Origin for doré

C18: from French, gilded; see dory

British Dictionary definitions for Dore (2 of 2)

Doré
/ (French dɔre) /

noun
(Paul) Gustave (ɡystav). 1832–83, French illustrator, whose style tended towards the grotesque. He illustrated the Bible, Dante's Inferno, Cervantes' Don Quixote, and works by Rabelais
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