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Scanderbeg

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A name given by the Turks to George Castriota, the patriot chief of Epiʹrus. The word is a corruption of Iskander-beg, Prince Alexander (1414–1467).

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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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Scaffold, Scaffolding
Scagliola
Scales
Scallop Shell
Scalloped [scollopt]
Scammozzi’s Rule
Scamp [qui exit ex campo]
Scandal
Scandal-broth
Scandalum Magnatum [scandal of the magnates]
Scanderbeg
Scanderbeg’s Sword must have Scanderbeg’s Arm—i.e
Scandinavia
Scant-of-grace (A)
Scantling
Scapegoat
Scaphism
Scapin
Scaramouch
Scarborough Dress (A)
Scarborough Warning

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Scanderbeg