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Lun

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So John Rich called himself when he performed harlequin (1681–1761).

“On the one Folly sits, by some called Fun,

And on the other his arch-patron Lun.”


Churchill.

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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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Lufra
Luggie
Luggnagg
Luke (St.)
Luke’s Iron Crown
Lullian Method
Lumber (from Lombard)
Lumine Sicco (In)
Lump
Lumpkin (Tony)
Lun
Luna
Lunar Month
Lunar Year
Lunatics
Luncheon. (Welsh, llonc or llwnc, a gulp; llyncu, to swallow at a gulp.)
Lungs of London
Lunsford
Lupercal (The)
Lupine
Lupus et Agnus