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Claude Lorraine (i.e. of Lorraine)

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This incorrect form is generally used in English for the name of Claude le Lorrain, or Claude Gelée, the French landscape painter, born at the Châteaude-Chamage, in Lorraine. (1600–1682.)

The Scotch Claude. Thomas of Duddingston (near Edinburgh).

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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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Clarendon
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Claret
Claret
Claret Cup
Claret Jug (One’s)
Classic Races (The)
Classics
Claude Lorraine (i.e. of Lorraine)
Claus (Santa)
Clause
Clause Rolls (Rotŭli clausi)
Clavie
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Claw
Claw-backs
Claymore or Glaymore
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