Lusiad

Lusiad or Lusiades, a poem of Camoëns in ten cantos, in celebration of the discoveries of the Portuguese in the East Indies, and in which Vasco da Gama is the principal figure; it is a genuine national epic, in which the poet passes in review all the celebrated exploits and feats that glorify the history of Portugal.

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

Lusatia * Lusitania
Lunar Month
Lunar Theory
Lunar Year
Lund
Lundy Island
Lüneburg
Lupercalia
Lupercus
Lupus
Lusatia
Lusiad
Lusitania
Lustrum
Lutetia
Luther, Martin
Lutheranism
Lutherans
Lutterworth
Lützen
Lux
Lux, Adam

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Faria De Sousa, Emanuel
Mickle, William Julius