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Lamʹerock (Sir)

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of Wales. A knight of the Round Table, son of Sir Pellinore, and brother of Sir Percival. He had an amour with his own aunt, the wife of King Lote. Strange that of all the famous knights of the Round Table, Sir Caradoc and Sir Galahad were the only ones who were continent.

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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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Lamb-pie
Lamb’s Conduit Street (London)
Lamb’s Wool
Lambert’s Day (St.)
Lambro
Lame Duck (A)
Lame King
Lame Vicegerent (in Hudibras)
Lamerock (Sir)
Lamia
Lammas
Lammas Day (August 1st)
Lammas-tide
Lammer Beads
Lammermoor
Lamming (A)
Lamminin, Lamkin, Linkin
Lamourette’s Kiss
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