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Veʹnusberg

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The mountain of delight and love, where Lady Venus holds her court. Human beings occasionally are permitted to visit her, as Heinrich von Limburg did, and the noble Tannhäuser (q.v.); but as such persons run the risk of eternal perdition, Eckhardt the Faithful, who sat before the gate, failed not to warn them against entering. (German Legend Children of Limburg, a poem. (1337.) (See The Island of Venus.)

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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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Ventilate a Subject (To)
Ventre-saint-Gris!
Ventriloquism
Venus
Venus Anadyomene
Venus Genetrix
Venus Victrix
Venus de Medicis
Venus of Cnidus
Venus of Milo or Melos
Venusberg
Vera Causa
Verbatim et Literatim
Verbum Sap. [A word to the wise.]
Verbum Sat. [A word is enough.]
Vere Adeptus
Verger
Vernon
Veronese
Veronica
Versailles of Poland

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