It has recently been found that diffuse dwarf elliptical galaxies (dE), as well as low–luminosity normal ellipticals of relatively low surface–brightness, are supported by an anisotropic velocity distribution. New kinematic observations have been obtained of the dwarf elliptical galaxy NGC 185. The velocity dispersion is constant at 28 ± 8 km s–1 between 3″ and 40″, but may increase to about twice that value in the center. We find an upper limit of 10 km s–1 for the rotation along either axis, so that the velocity distribution is anisotropic. The derived M/LB
is ~ 3 in solar units.