Dumas, Jean Baptiste André (18001884)

Dumas, Jean Baptiste André, a distinguished French chemist, born at Alais; was admitted to the Académie française at the age of 25; at the Revolution of 1848 he became a member of the National Assembly; was created a senator under the Empire, but retired into private life after Sedan; he was distinguished for his studies in chemistry, both theoretical and practical, and ranks among the foremost in the science (18001884).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dumas, Alexandre, the Younger * Du Maurier
Duilius, Caius
Dulce Domum
Dulcinea del Tobosa
Dulia
Dulong
Duluth
Dulwich
Dumachus
Dumas, Alexandre, the Elder
Dumas, Alexandre, the Younger
Dumas, Jean Baptiste André
Du Maurier
Dumb Ox
Dumbarton
Dumbdrudge
Dumbiedikes
Dumesnil, Marie Françoise
Dumfries
Dumfriesshire
Dumnorix
Dumont, Augustin-Alexandre