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Fiddler’s Green

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The land of the leal or “Dixie Land” of sailors; where there is perpetual mirth, a fiddle that never ceases to untiring dancers, plenty of grog, and unlimited tobacco.

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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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Fiat
Fib
Fico
Fiddle (Latin, fidis or fides)
Fiddle About (To)
Fiddle-de-dee!
Fiddle-faddle
Fiddleback
Fiddler
Fiddler’s Fare or Fiddler’s Pay
Fiddler’s Green
Fiddler’s Money
Fiddler’s News
Fiddlestick
Fiddlesticks!
Fidele
Fidelio
Fides
Fides
Fides Carbonarii
Field. (Anglo-Saxon, feld.)