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Pinabelʹlo or Pinʹabel (in Orlando Furioso)

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Son of Anselmo, King of Maganza. Marphiʹsa, having overthrown him, and taken the steed of his dame, Pinabello, at her instigation, decreed that nothing would wipe out the disgrace except a thousand dames and a thousand warriors unhorsed, and spoiled of their arms, steed, and vest. He was slain by Bradʹamant.

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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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Pilot Balloon (A)
Pilot Fish
Pilot that weathered the Storm (The)
Pilpay or Bidpay
Pimlico (London)
Pimlico
Pin (A)
Pin
Pin Money
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Pinchbeck
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Pindaric Verse
Pinder
Pindorus (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Pine-bender (The)
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