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in the Night Thoughts, was Elizabeth Lee, Dr. Young’s step-daughter. In Night iii. the poet says she was clandestinely buried at Montpelier, because, being a Protestant, she was “denied the charity that dogs enjoy.” (For Pope’s Narcissa see Nancy.)

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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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Nannie
Nantes
Nap
Nap (A)
Naphtha
Napier’s Bones
Napoleon III
Napping
Nappy Ale
Naraka
Narcissa
Narcissus (The)
Nardac
Narrow House or Home
Narrowdale Noon (Till)
Narses
Narwhal
Naseby (Northamptonshire)
Nasi
Naso
Nasser

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