Origin of daceME, dialect, dialectal form (with -r- loss as in bass) of dars ; from Old French dars ; from Vulgar Latin darsus, of Gaulish origin, originally
nounpl. dace or dac·es
Origin of daceMiddle English dace, darce, from Old French dars, from Late Latin darsus, possibly of Celtic origin.
(plural dace or daces)