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Dauphine is the female form of the particular French feudal (comital or princely) title of Dauphin (also Anglicized as Dolphin), applied to the wife of a Dauphin (usually in the sense of heir to the French royal throne). It is roughly analogous to the British title Princess of Wales.
Dauphine may also refer to:
- Berliet Dauphine (1934-1939), a model of automobile
- Female Dauphine, a vincentian woman
- Pommes dauphine, a recipe for fried potato
- Renault Dauphine (1956-1967), a model of automobile
- Paris Dauphine University, a university near Porte Dauphine in Paris
- Dauphiné, a province in southeastern France
- Critérium du Dauphiné, a cycle race that before 2010 was known as the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
- a common fig cultivar
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