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Dahling vs. Darling

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Dahlingnoun

(as a term of address) darling (imitating a posh or pretentious person)

Darlingnoun

A person who is dear to one.

‘Mary, the youngest daughter, was always her mother's darling.’;

Darlingnoun

A kind or sweet person; sweetheart.

‘The girl next door picks up all my shopping for me. She is such a darling.’;

Darlingnoun

An affectionate term of address.

‘Pass the wine, would you darling?’;

Darlingnoun

(by extension) A person or thing very popular with a certain group.

‘a media darling’; ‘a darling of the theatre’;

Darlingadjective

Dear; cherished.

‘She is my darling wife of twenty-two years.’;

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Darlingadjective

charming

‘Well isn't that a darling little outfit she has on.’;

Darlingnoun

One dearly beloved; a favorite.

‘And can do naught but wail her darling's loss.’;

Darlingadjective

Dearly beloved; regarded with especial kindness and tenderness; favorite.

Darlingnoun

a special loved one

Darlingnoun

an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River

Darlingadjective

dearly loved

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