Arthur

Arthur (Ar`thur) , a British prince of wide-spread fame, who is supposed to have lived at the time of the Saxon invasion in the 6th century, whose exploits and those of his court have given birth to the tradition of the Round Table, to the rendering of which Tennyson devoted so much of his genius.

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

Artful Dodger * Arthur, Chester Alan
Arte`di
Ar`tegal
Ar`temis
Artemi`sia
Artemi`sium
Artemus Ward
Artesian wells
Ar`tevelde, Jacob van
Artevelde, Philip van
Artful Dodger
Ar`thur
Arthur, Chester Alan
Arthur, Prince, Duke of Brittany
Arthur Seat
Articles, The Thirty-Nine
Artist
Artists, Prince of
Ar`tois
Artois, Monseigneur d'
Ar`undel
Arundel, Thomas

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Arthur in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Abbot, George
Allen, Anthony
Annesley, Arthur
Anstey, Christopher
Arne, Thomas Augustine
Arthur, Archibald
Aston, Sir Arthur
Bagshaw, Edward [1629–1671]
Bernard, Andrew
Beulanius, Samuel
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