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Luteʹtia

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Mud-hovels; the ancient name of Paris. The Romans call it Lutetia Parisiõrum, the mud-town of the Parisii. The former word being dropped, has left the present name Paris.

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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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Lurch
Lush
Lusiad or The Lusiads
Lusitania
Lusitanian Prince
Lustral Water
Lustrum
Lusus
Lusus Naturæ
Lutestring
Lutetia
Luther’s Hymn
Lutherans
Lutin
Luxembergers
Luz or Luez
Lybius (Sir)
Lycaonian Tables [Lycaoniæmensæ]
Lycidas
Lycisca (half-wolf, half-dog)
Lycopodium

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