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Leʹon (in Orlando Furioso)

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son of Constantine, the Greek emperor, is promised Bradamant in marriage by her parents. Amon and Beatrice; but Bradamant loves Rogeʹro. By-and-by a friendship springs up between Leon and Rogero, and when the prince learns that Bradamant and Rogeʹro are betrothed to each other, he nobly withdraws his suit, and Rogero marries Bradamant.

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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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Lemures
Lend a Hand
Length (A)
Length-month
Lens (Latin, a lentil or bean)
Lenson
Lent (Anglo-Saxon, lencten)
Lent Lily (The)
Lenten
Leodogrance
Leon (in Orlando Furioso)
Leonard
Leonidas of Modern Greece
Leonine Contract
Leonine Verses
Leonnoys, Leonnesse, or Lyonnesse
Leonora
Leontes
Leopard
Leopards
Lepracaun

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