Dulcitude


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Dul´ci`tude


n.1.Sweetness.
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(46) Where Pushkin uses the noun "nega" (tenderness), Nabokov uses "mollitude" and "dulcitude" in order to suggest the semantic history of "nega" (a calque from the French, certainly, but also fully integrated by the Russian adjective "nezhnyi," or "tender").