Origin of doryAmerindian (Central America) dori, duri, a dugout
Origin of doryMiddle English dorre ; from Middle French dorée, literally , gilt, feminine of doré, past participle of dorer ; from Late Latin deaurare, to gild ; from Classical Latin de-, intensive + aurare, to gild ; from aurum, gold: see aurous
Origin of doryPerhaps from Miskito dori, duri.
Origin of doryMiddle English dorre, from Old French doree, from feminine past participle of dorer, to gild, from Late Latin deaur&amacron;re : Latin d&emacron;-, de- + Latin aurum, gold.
- (nautical) A small flat bottomed boat used for fishing both offshore and on rivers.
- Any of several different families of large-eyed, silvery, deep-bodied, laterally compressed, and roughly discoid marine fish.