The term Dulce (meaning "Sweet" in Spanish and Romanian) may refer to:

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Other articles related to "dulce":

Sabor A Dulce
... Sabor a dulce is a 1999 merengue album by Ashley ... This latest CD Sabor a Dulce was one in which she interprets merengue songs in a Tex-Mex style, including three remakes from prior albums...She made this CD to appeal to the Tejano audience ...
Pange Lingua Gloriosi Proelium Certaminis - Latin Text
... talem silva profert flore, fronde, germine, dulce lignum dulce clavo dulce pondus sustinens ...
Dulce - Other
... La Dulce Vida, The sweet life Dulce de leche, milk-based syrup Dulse, red algae. ...
... Dulceşti is a commune in Neamţ County, Romania ... It is composed of six villages Briţcani, Cârlig, Corhana, Dulceşti, Poiana and Roşiori ... Cordun Costișa Crăcăoani Dămuc Dobreni Dochia Doljești Dragomirești Drăgănești Dulcești Dumbrava Roșie Farcașa Făurei Gâdinți Gârcina ...
Lake Izabal
... Lago de Izabal, also known as the Golfo Dulce, is the largest lake in Guatemala with a surface area of 589.6 km² (145,693 acres or 227.6 sq mi) and a maximum depth is 18 meters (59 ft) ... above sea level drains into the Gulf of Honduras of the Caribbean Sea through the smaller Golfete Dulce which is at sea level and the navigable Rio Dulce ...

Famous quotes containing the word dulce:

    My friend, you would not tell with such high zest
    To children ardent for some desperate glory,
    The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est
    Pro patria mori.
    Wilfred Owen (1893–1918)