Who was titled "dauphin" in France?

heir to the throne
king's eldest brother
top rank musketeer
any infant of royal family
The title was au­to­mat­i­cal­ly con­ferred upon the next heir apparent to the French throne in the direct line upon birth, ac­ces­sion of the parent to the throne, or death of the previous Dauphin, unlike the English title Prince of Wales, which has always been in the gift of the monarch.

Answers distribution

heir to the throne
king's eldest brother
top rank musketeer
any infant of royal family
answers
flagFrance
79%
7%
1%
10%
67
flagFinland
78%
14%
7%
0%
14
flagSweden
76%
15%
7%
0%
13
flagAustralia
75%
0%
16%
8%
12
flagBelgium
72%
9%
4%
13%
22
flagGermany
64%
7%
5%
22%
156
flagthe United Kingdom
63%
8%
6%
21%
293
flagPoland
60%
9%
5%
24%
10943
flagCanada
58%
9%
2%
29%
41
flagSpain
58%
6%
0%
27%
29
flagthe Netherlands
56%
17%
0%
26%
41
flagItaly
56%
13%
8%
21%
23
flagRepublic of Ireland
55%
5%
10%
30%
40
flagLithuania
53%
7%
7%
30%
13
flagthe United States
48%
12%
2%
35%
347
flagUnknown
47%
22%
9%
20%
44
flagIndia
33%
15%
12%
38%
39
flagNorway
33%
18%
3%
44%
27
flagUkraine
33%
6%
6%
46%
15
flagDenmark
28%
35%
7%
28%
14

Gender

men54%
women55%
heir to the throne
54%
56%
king's eldest brother
10%
8%
top rank musketeer
5%
5%
any infant of royal family
29%
30%

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