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Ibeʹria’s Pilot

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Christopher Columbus. Spain is called “Ibēria,” and the Spaniards the “Ibēri.” The river Ebro is a corrupt form of the Latin Ibērus.

“Launched with Iberia’s pilot from the steep,

To worlds unknown, and isles beyond the deep.”


Campbell: The Pleasures of Hope. ii.

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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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I.H.S
I.H.S
I.O.U
I.R.B
Iachimo [Yak-e-mo]
Iago [Yago or E-a-go]
Iambic
Ianthe
Iapetos
Iberia
Iberia’s Pilot
Ibid
Ibis
Ibiis or Eblis
Ibraham
Icarian
Icaros
Ice
Ice-blink (The)
Ice-brook
Ice Saints or Frost Saints