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Lilʹinau

was wooed by a phantom that lived in her father’s pines. At nightfall the phantom whispered love, and won the fair Lilinau, who followed his green waving plume through the forest, and was never seen again. (American-Indian tradition.)

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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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Lightning Conductor
Lightning Preservers
Lightning Proof
Lightning Rod (A)
Liguorians
Ligurian Arts
Ligurian Republic (The)
Ligurian Sage (The)
Lilburn Shawl
Lilburne
Lilinau
Lilis or Lilith (Rabbinical mythology)
Lilli-Burlero or Lilli-Bullero and Bullen-a-lah
Lilliput
Lily (The)
Lily of the Valley
Lily Maid of Astolat
Lim Hay
Limb
Limb of the Law (A)
Limberham