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Felix

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a monk who listens to the singing of a milk-white bird for a thousand years, which seemed to him “but a single hour,” so enchanted was he by the song. (Longfellow: The Golden Legend.)

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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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Fee
Fee-farm-rent
Fee-penny
Fee Simple
Fee-tail (A)
Feeble
Feed of Corn
Feet
Fehm-gericht
Felician (Father)
Felix
Felixmarte
Fell (Dr.)
Fellow Commoner
Felo de Se
Feme-covert
Feme-sole
Femme de Chambre. (French.)
Femynye
Fen Nightingale
Fence Month

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Monk listening to a Bird

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