Labarum

Labarum (Lab`arum) , the standard, surmounted by the monogram of Christ, which was borne before the Emperor Constantine after his conversion to Christianity, and in symbol of the vision of the cross in the sky which led to it. It was a lance with a cross-bar at its extremity and a crown on top, and the monogram consisted of the Greek letter for Ch and R.

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

Kyrle, John * Labé, Louise
Kunersdorf
Kurdistan
Kurile Islands
Kurrachee
Kurtz, Heinrich
Kuruman
Kyd, Thomas
Kyoto
Kyrie Eleison
Kyrle, John
Lab`arum
Labé, Louise
Labiche, Eugene
Lablache
Laboulaye, René de
Labourdonnais, Maré de
Labrador
La Bruyère, Jean de
Labuan
Labyrinth
Lac

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Labarum in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable