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Sileʹnus

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The foster-father of Bacchus, fond of music, and a prophet, but indomitably lazy, wanton, and given to debauch. He is described as a jovial old man, with bald head, pug nose, and face like Bardolph’s.

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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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Signs instead of words
Significavit
Siguna
Sigurd
Sikes (Bill)
Sikh
Silbury
Silchester (Berks)
Silence gives Consent
Silent (The)
Silenus
Silhouette
Silk
Silk Gown
Silk Purse
Silken Thread
Silly is the German selig (blessed)
Silly Season (The)
Siluria—that is
Silurian Rocks
Silvana

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Silenus