Dou

Dou

[dou]
noun
Gerard [gey-rahrt] , 1613–75, Dutch painter: pupil of Rembrandt.
Also, Douw, Dow.
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Dou, Dow or Douw (daʊ, Dutch dɔu, daʊ, Dutch dɔu, daʊ, Dutch dɔu)
 
n
Gerard (ˈxeːrɑrt). 1613--75, Dutch portrait and genre painter
 
Dow, Dow or Douw
 
n
 
Douw, Dow or Douw
 
n

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dou

type of ancient Chinese bronze vessel used to contain food. The dou is usually a circular bowl supported on a short stem rising from a flaring base. The rim has two ring-shaped handles at opposite sides of the bowl, and another shallow bowl serves as a lid.

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