Dolly Varden trout(Zoöl.), a trout of northwest America; — called also bull trout, malma, and red- spotted trout. See Malma.

(Dol"man) n. [Turk. dolaman: cf. F. doliman.]

1. A long robe or outer garment, with long sleeves, worn by the Turks. [Written also doliman.]

2. A cloak of a peculiar fashion worn by women.

(Dol"men) n. [Armor. taol, tol, table + mean, maen, men, stone: cf. F. dolmen.] A cromlech. See Cromlech. [Written also tolmen.]

(Dol"o*mite) n. [After the French geologist Dolomieu.] (Geol. & Min.) A mineral consisting of the carbonate of lime and magnesia in varying proportions. It occurs in distinct crystals, and in extensive beds as a compact limestone, often crystalline granular, either white or clouded. It includes much of the common white marble. Also called bitter spar.

(Dol`o*mit"ic) a. Pertaining to dolomite.

(Dol"o*mize) v. t. To convert into dolomite.Dol`o*mi*za"tion n.

(Do"lor) n. [OE. dolor, dolur, dolour, F. douleur, L. dolor, fr. dolere. See 1st Dole.] Pain; grief; distress; anguish. [Written also dolour.] [Poetic]

Of death and dolor telling sad tidings.

(Dol`or*if"er*ous) a. [L. dolor pain + -ferous.] Producing pain. Whitaker.

(Dol`or*if"ic Dol`or*if"ic*al) a. [LL. dolorificus; L. dolor pain + facere to make.] Causing pain or grief. Arbuthnot.

Dolly Varden
(Dol"ly Var"den)

1. A character in Dickens's novel "Barnaby Rudge," a beautiful, lively, and coquettish girl who wore a cherry-colored mantle and cherry-colored ribbons.

2. A style of light, bright-figured dress goods for women; also, a style of dress.

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