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Cava’s traitor sire. Cava or Florinda was the daughter of St. Julian. It was the violation of Cava by Roderick that brought about the war between the Goths and the Moors. St. Julian, to avenge his daughter, turned traitor to Roderick, and induced the Moors to invade Spain. King Roderick was slain by Xerës on the third day. (A.D. 711.)

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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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Caurus or Corus
Causa Causans
Causa Causata
Cause (The)
Cause Celébre
Causes
Cautelous
Cauther (Al)
Caution Money
Caut ser
Cava
Cavalerie à Pied
Cavalier
Cavalier or Chevalier de St. George
Cavalier Servant
Cavaliers
Cavall
Cave-dwellers
Cave In
Cavê ne literas Bellerophontis adferras
Cave of Achadh Aldai

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