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what is the definition of dauphin this huckleberry finn?

I searched on the internet but there were so many i didn't know which one was used in the book

  • huckleberry finn -

    also the word valley on page 174( at least in my book) its in the context that reads "the king said the cubby would do for his valley- meaning me"

  • huckleberry finn -

    This is the definition from Dictionary.com.

    "the eldest son of a king of France, used as a title from 1349 to 1830. "

    Check this article for more information.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventures_of_Huckleberry_Finn#The_Duke_and_the_King

  • huckleberry finn -

    That's probably a misspelling and mispronunciation of "valet."

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