Madonna

Madonna is the name given to pictures of the Virgin with the infant Christ, and more generally to all sacred pictures in which the Virgin is a prominent figure; the Virgin has been a favourite subject of art from the earliest times, the first representation of her being, according to legend, by St. Luke; different countries and schools have depicted their Madonnas, each in its own characteristic style; the greatest of all are the Sistine and Della Sedia of Raphael.

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

Madoc * Madras
Macrometer
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Madagascar
Madeira
Madeira River
Madeleine, Church of the
Madge Wildfire
Madison, James
Madman of the North
Madoc
Madonna
Madras
Madrid
Madrigal
Madvig, Johan Nicolai
Mæander
Mæcenas
Maelström
Mænades
Mæonides
Maestricht

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Madonna in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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