Almaviva

Almaviva, a character in Beaumarchais' Marriage de Figaro, representative of one of the old noblesse of France, recalling all their manners and vices, who is duped by his valet Figaro, a personification of wit, talent, and intrigue.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Al`ma-Tad`ema, Laurence * Almeida
Allston, Washington
Alma
Almack's
Almaden
Alma`gro, Diego d'
Al-mamoun
Almanach de Gotha
Almansur, Abu Giafar
Almansur, Abu Mohammed
Al`ma-Tad`ema, Laurence
Almaviva
Almeida
Almeida, Francesco
Almeria
Almighty dollar
Almohades
Almo`ra
Almoravides
Alnwick
Aloe
Aloes wood