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Princeton's WordNet

  1. dulse, Rhodymenia palmata(noun)

    coarse edible red seaweed


  1. dulse(Noun)

    A seaweed of a reddish-brown color (Palmaria palmata) which is sometimes eaten, as in Scotland.

  2. Origin: From duileasc, duileasg; compare Welsh delysg.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Dulse(noun)

    a seaweed of a reddish brown color, which is sometimes eaten, as in Scotland. The true dulse is Sarcophyllis edulis; the common is Rhodymenia. [Written also dillisk.]

  2. Origin: [Cf. Gael. duileasg; duille leaf + uisge water. Cf. Whisky.]


  1. Dulse

    Palmaria palmata Kuntze, also called dulse, dillisk or dilsk, red dulse, sea lettuce flakes or creathnach, is a red alga previously referred to as Rhodymenia palmata Greville. It grows on the northern coasts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It is a well-known snack food. In Iceland, where it is known as söl, it has been an important source of fiber throughout the centuries.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Dulse

    duls, n. an edible seaweed, with red, deeply-divided fronds, eaten in Ireland and elsewhere. [Gael, duileasgduille, a leaf, uisge, water.]

Anagrams for dulse »

  1. duels

  2. ludes

  3. slued


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of dulse in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of dulse in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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    Abalone don’t care what the dulse looks like, for humans, appearance and consistency are very important.

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