How do you pronounce Duquesne?
What does Duquesne mean?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Duquesne (old spelling Du Quesne, American spelling DuQuesne) (usually /djuːˈkeɪn/; French: [dykɛːn]) is a family name derived from a Northern dialectal form of French (Norman and Picard) meaning du chêne in French (“of the oak”), same as the surname Duchesne.
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