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Baldwin

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The youngest and comeliest of Charlemagne’s paladins; and the nephew of Sir Roland.

Baldwin (in Jerusalem Delivered). The restless and ambitious Duke of Bologna, leader of 1,200 horse in the allied Christian army. He was Godfrey’s brother; not so tall, but very like him.

Baldwin, the Ass (in the tale of Reynard the Fox). In the third part of the Beast-epic he is called “Dr. Baldwin.” (Old German, bold friend.)

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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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Balan
Balance (The)
Balance
Balayer
Balclutha (The tower of)
Bald
Baldachin
Baldassare
Balder
Balderdash
Baldwin
Bale
Balearica Tormenta
Balfour of Burley
Balios
Balisarda or Balisardo
Balistraria
Baliverso (in Orlando Furioso)
Balk
Balker
Balkis

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