Dulcie
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Dulcie means sweet, and I think it's TOO sweet.
-- Anonymous User  5/23/2006
Related to the word "dulce" which means either sweet or candy in Spanish.
-- SSF  1/14/2007
Dulcie was a character in the book Defining Dulcie.
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2007
Dulcie sounds like "dull", and I imagine a girl with this name as being quite dull.
-- TayLeigh127  8/15/2008
The name Dulcie is rather childish.
-- Anonymous User  12/7/2008
Australian pianist and composer Dulcie Holland (1913-2000). There was also an Australian composer called Dulcie Cohen, whose father was a rabbi in Sydney. I'm not sure whether those two Dulcies are in fact one and the same.
-- Jonquil  1/4/2009
Dulcie Boling, editor of the Australian women's magazine "New Idea".
-- Jonquil  4/27/2009
I love the name Dulcie, don't know why as I normally hate girly names. I think it is sweet and elegent - only ever met one Dulcie and she was beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2016
Ali Larter played a character called Dulcie in the film "Drive Me Crazy."
-- sambchop  12/22/2016
Dulcie May Markham was a prominent Sydney prostitute and associate of gangland figures in Sydney during the 1930s, 1940's and 1950s, when she was closely involved with the razor gang milieu of that era of organised crime within that city. During her criminal career, she had amassed 100 convictions in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland & Western Australia for prostitution, vagrancy, consorting, assaulting police and the public, keeping a brothel, drunkenness and drunk driving, and was sent to prison on numerous occasions. Dulcie was known in the media as The Angel of Death, The Black Widow and Pretty Dulcie.
-- cutenose  7/15/2017

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