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Ferʹragus

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The giant of Portugal, who took Bellisant under his care after she had been divorced by Alexander, Emperor of Constantinople. (Valentine and Orson.)

The greatBrazen Head,” that told those who consulted it whatever they required to know, was kept in the castle of this giant. (Valentine and Orson.) (See Ferrau.)

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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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Ferdinand
Ferdinando
Ferdosi
Ferguson
Fern
Fern Seed
Fernando Florestan
Ferney
Ferohers
Ferracute [sharp iron]
Ferragus
Ferrara
Ferrau (in Orlando Furioso)
Ferrex and Porrex
Ferumbras
Fescennine Verses
Fess (Latin, fascia, a band or covering for the thighs)
Fest
Fetch
Fetches
Fetiche or Fetish

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