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Rosabelle

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The favourite palfrey of Mary Queen of Scots. (See Horse.)

“I could almost swear I am at this moment mounted on my own favourite Rosabelie, who was never matched in Scotland for swiftness, for ease of motion, and for sureness of foot,”—Sir W. Scott: The Abbot, chap. xxxvi.

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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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Ropes
Ropes
Ropes
Roper
Roque
Roque Guinart
Roquelaure
Rory OMore
Ros-crana
Rosa (Salvator)
Rosabelle
Rosalia or St. Rosalie
Rosalind
Rosalinde
Rosaline
Rosamond (Fair)
Rosana
Rosary [the rose article]
Rosciad
Roscius
Rose