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A rustic engaged to Zerliʹna; but Don Giovanni intercepts them in their wedding festivities, and induces the foolish damsel to believe he meant to make her his wife. (Mozart: Don Giovanni, an opera.)

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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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Marybuds
Marygold or Marigold
Maryland
Marylebone
Mas (plural, Masse)
Masaniello
Masche-croute [gnaw-crust]
Mascotte
Masdeu (Catalan for God’s field)
Masetto
Mashackering and Misguggling
Masher
Mask a Fleet (To)
Mason and Dixon’s Line
Mass
Mass (The)
Massachusetts
Massacre of the Innocents
Massacre of the Innocents (The)
Massamore