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Clothaʹrius

or Clothaire (in Jerusalem Delivered). At the death of Hugo he takes the lead of the Franks, but is shot by Clorinda (q.v.) with an arrow (book xi.) After his death, his troops sneak away and leave the Christian army (book xiii.)

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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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Cloister
Clootie
Cloridano (in Orlando Furioso)
Clorinda (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Close as a Clam
Close Rolls
Close-time for Game
Closh (Mynherr)
Cloten
Cloth (The)
Clotharius
Clotho
Cloud, Clouds
Cloud
Cloud (St.)
Clouded Cane (A)
Cloven Foot
Clover
Clowns
Club
Club-bearer (The)