Delos

Delos, the smallest and central island of the Cyclades, the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, and where the former had a famous oracle; it was, according to the Greek mythology, a floating island, and was first fixed to the spot by Zeus to provide Leda with a place, denied her elsewhere by Hera, in which to bring forth her twin offspring; it was at one time a centre of Apollo worship, but is now uninhabited, and only frequented at times by shepherds with their flocks.

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

Delorme, Marion * Delphi
Delight of Mankind
Delilah
Delille, Jacques
Delitzsch, Franz
Delius, Nicolaus
Delia Cruscans
Dellys
Delolme, John Louis
Delorme
Delorme, Marion
Delos
Delphi
Delphin Classics
Delphine
Delta
Deluc, Jean André
Deluge
Dem`ades
Demara`tus
Demavend, Mount
Dembea

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Delos in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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