Ivanhoe

Ivanhoe, the hero of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the name, the disinherited son of Cedric of Rotherwood, who falls in love with Rowena, a ward of his father, but by the exhibition of his prowess as a knight is at the intercession of King Richard, reconciled to his father, with the result that he marries Rowena.

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

Ivan IV. * Ivanova
Italic School
Italic Version, The
Italy
Ithaca
Ithuriel
Itinerary
Iturbide, Augustine de
Ivan
Ivan III.
Ivan IV.
Ivanhoe
Ivanova
Ivanovitch, Ivan
Ives, St.
Iviza
Ivory Coast
Ivory Gate
Ivry
Ixion
Izalio
Jabalpur

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Ivanhoe in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable