Cockaigne

Cockaigne, an imaginary land of idleness and luxury, from a satirical poem of that name (coquina, a kitchen), where the monks live in an abbey built of pasties, the rivers run with wine, and the geese fly through the air ready roasted. The name has been applied to London and Paris.

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

Cock Lane Ghost * Cockatrice
Cocaine
Cocceius
Cocceji, Henry
Cocceji, Samuel
Cochabamba
Cochin
Cochin-China
Cochlæus, Johann
Cochrane
Cock Lane Ghost
Cockaigne
Cockatrice
Cockburn, Sir Alexander
Cockburn, Alison
Cockburn, Sir George
Cockburn, Henry, Lord
Cocker, Edward
Cockney
Cockney School
Cockpit of Europe
Cockton, Henry

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Cockaigne in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable