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Lethʹe (2 syl.)

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in Greek mythology, is one of the rivers of Hadēs, which the souls of all the dead are obliged to taste, that they may forget everything said and done in the earth on which they lived. (Greek lēthe, lathĕo, lanthăno, to cause persons not to know.)

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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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Lerna
Les Anguilles de Melun
Lesbian Poets (The)
Lesbian Rule (The)
Lese Majesty
Lessian Diet
Lestrigons
Let
Let Drive (To)
Let us Eat and Drink; for tomorrow we shall Die (Isaiah xxii. 13)
Lethe
Lethean Dew
Letter-Gae
Letter-lock
Letter of Credit
Letter of Licence (A)
Letter of Marque
Letter of Orders (A)
Letter of Pythagoras (The)
Letter of Safe Conduct
Letter of Uriah (2 Sam, xi. 14)

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Lethe