Definition of Dumas in English:

Dumas

Syllabification: Du·mas
Pronunciation: /do͞oˈmä
 
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1The name of two French novelists and playwrights.
1.1 Alexandre ( 1802–70); known as Dumas père (father). He wrote the historical adventure novels The Three Musketeers (1844–45) and The Count of Monte Cristo (1844–45).
1.2 Alexandre ( 1824–95), son of Dumas père; known as Dumas fils (son). He wrote the novel (and play) La Dame aux camélias (1848), which formed the basis of Verdi’s opera La Traviata (1853).

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