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Copronymus

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So Constantine V. was surnamed (718, 741–775). “Kopros” is the Greek for dung, and Constantine V. was called Copronymus: “Parce quʹil salit les fonts baptismaux lorsquʹon le baptisait.”

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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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Copesmate
Cophetua
Copper (A)
Copper
Copper
Copper Captain (A)
Copper Nose
Copper-nosed Harry
Copperheads
Copple
Copronymus
Copts
Copus
Copy
Copyhold Estate
Copyright
Coq-à-lâne
Corah
Coral Beads
Coral Master
Coram Judice (Latin)