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Ring Posies

or mottoes.

(1) A E I (Greek for “Always”).

(2) For ever and for aye.

(3) In thee, my choice, I do rejoice,

(4) Let love increase.

(5) May God above Increase our love.

(6) Not two but one, Till life is gone.

(7) My heart and I, Until I die.

(8) When this you see, Then think of me.

(9) Love is heaven, and heaven is love.

(10) Wedlock, ʹtis said, In heaven is made.

Right to wear a gold ring. Amongst the Romans, only senators, chief magistrates, and in later times knights, enjoyed the jus annuli aurei. The emperors conferred the right upon whom they pleased, and Justinian extended the privilege to all Roman citizens.

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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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Rinaldo (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Ring (The)
Ring Down
Ring Finger
Ring Posies
Ring a Ding-ding
Ring in the Ear
Ring of Invisibility (The)
Ring One’s Own Bell (To)
Rings Noted in Fable
Ringing Changes
Ringing the Changes
Ringing Island