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In Christian art, an emblem of the Redeemer, called the “Lamb of God.” It is also the attribute of St. Agnes, St. Geneviève, St. Catherine, and St. Regiʹna. John the Baptist either carries a lamb or is accompanied by one. It is also introduced symbolically to represent any of the “types” of Christ; as Abraham, Moses, and so on.

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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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Lagoon
Laïs
Laissez Faire, Laissez Passer
Lake School (The)
Lakedion or Laquedem (Isaac)
Lakin
Laksmi or Lakshmi
Lalla Rookh [tulip cheek]
Lama
Lamaïsm [Tibetan, Blama, spiritual teacher]
Lamb
Lamb (The Vegetable) or Tartarian lamb;
Lamb
Lamb-pie
Lamb’s Conduit Street (London)
Lamb’s Wool
Lambert’s Day (St.)
Lambro
Lame Duck (A)
Lame King
Lame Vicegerent (in Hudibras)

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