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Aganippe (4 syl.)

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A fountain of Bœotia at the foot of Mount Helĭcon, dedicated to the Muses, because it had the virtue of imparting poetic inspiration. From this fountain the Muses are called Aganippedēs (5 syl.) or Aganippidēs (5 syl.).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Aft
After-cast
After-clap
After Meat, Mustard
After us, the Deluge
Aft-meal
Agag
Agamarshana
Agamemnon
Aganicē
Aganippe
Agape
Agapemone
Agape tæ
Agate
Ag ate
Agatha
Agathà (St.)
Agave
Agdistes (self-indulgence)
Age as accords (To)

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