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Infanʹte (3 syl.)

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All the sons of the sovereigns of Spain and Portugal bear this title, except the crown prince, who is called in Spain the Prince of Astuʹrias. In the Middle Ages the wordchilde” was used as a title of honour in England, France, and Germany; hence Childe Harold, Childe-ric, Childe-bert, etc.

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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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Indoors
Induction (Latin, the act of leading in)
Indulgence
Inertia
Inexorable Logic of Facts (The)
Infallibility (of the Church of Rome)
Infamous
Infant
Infant of Lubeck
Infanta
Infante
Infantry
Infernal Column
Inferno
Infra Dig., i.e. Dignitatem
Infralapsarians
Ingle (The)
Ingoldsby
Ingrain Colours
Ingulph’s “Croyland Chronicle.”
Injunction