Deluge

Deluge, name given to the tradition, common to several races, of a flood of such universality as to sweep the land, if not the earth, of all its inhabitants, except the pair by whom the land of the earth was repeopled.

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

Deluc, Jean André * Dem`ades
Dellys
Delolme, John Louis
Delorme
Delorme, Marion
Delos
Delphi
Delphin Classics
Delphine
Delta
Deluc, Jean André
Deluge
Dem`ades
Demara`tus
Demavend, Mount
Dembea
Dembinski, Henry
Demerara
Demeter
Demetrius
Demetrius
Demetrius I.

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Deluge in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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