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Ulʹric

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Son of Count Siegendorf. He rescues Stralʹenheim from the Oder, but, being informed by his father that the man he had saved is the enemy of their house, he murders him. (Byron: Werner.)

St. Ulric. Much honoured by fishermen. He died 973 on ashes strewed in the form of a cross upon the floor.

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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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Ugly as Sin
Ugolino
Uhlan (German)
Ukase
Ul-Erin
Ulania
Ulema
Uller
Ullin
Ulric
Ulster
Ulster
Ulster Badge
Ulster King of Arms
Ultima Thule
Ultimatum (Latin)
Ultimum Vale (Latin)
Ultimus Romanorum
Ultra Vires
Ultramontane Party