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Parthenʹopē (4 syl.)

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Naples; so called from Parthenopē, the siren, who threw herself into the sea out of love for Ulysses, and was cast up on the bay of Naples.

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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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Parsley
Parson
Parson Adams
Parson Bate
Parson Trulliber
Parsons (Walter)
Part
Part
Partant pour la Syrie
Parthenia
Parthenopē
Parthenopean Republic
Parti (A)
Particular Baptists
Particularists
Parting
Parting Cup (A)
Partington
Partlet
Partridge
Partridge’s Day (St.)

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Parthenope