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Gender: F Meaning of Dulcie: "sweet" Origin of Dulcie: Latin, diminutive of Dulcibella

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A sweet-meaning and sounding name dating back to the Roman Empire, and later found in the antebellum South, Dulcie has in the modern era been heard most often in Australia.

In Agatha Christie's mystery Murder on the Links, there are twin sisters named Dulcie and Bella, who were a vaudeville duo known as "The Dulcibella Kids." In Don Quixote, the hero's love is Dulcinea.

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Famous People Named Dulcie

Dulcie Boling - Australian magazine editor and publishing executive (full combo Elizabeth Dulcie)
Dulcie Cohen - Australian pianist/composer (full combo Dulcie Mildred}
Dulcie Holland - Australian pianist/composer (full combo Dulcie Sybil)
Dulcie Kanatopsky - Australian writer and broadcaster
Dulcie Gray - British actress/movie star (full combo Dulcie Winifred Catherine)

Pop Culture References for the Name Dulcie

Dulcie Grimstone, schoolmaster's daughter and one-time sweetheart of Dick Bultitude in F. Anstey's 'Vice Versa' (1882)
Dulse (leaf), a seaweed used in Irish cooking
Dulcie, a character in Mary Downing Hahn's Deep and Dark and Dangerous
Dulcie (Ali Larter) , character in Drive Me Crazy (1999)

Dulciana, Dulcine, Dulcita

Dulcie's International Variations

Dulcet, Dulcette (French) Dulcinea (Italian)