Scheherazade

Scheherazade, daughter of the grand vizier, who, in the “Arabian Nights,” marries the Sultan and saves her life by entertaining him night after night with her tales.

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

Scheffer, Ary * Scheldt
Schadow, Johannes Gottfried
Schaff, Philip
Schaffhausen
Schäffle, Dr. Albert
Schall, Johann Adam von
Schamyl
Scharnhorst, Gerhard von
Scheele, Carl Wilhelm
Scheffel, Joseph Victor von
Scheffer, Ary
Scheherazade
Scheldt
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph
Schemnitz
Schenkel, David
Scherer, Edmond
Schiller, Friedrich
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von
Schlegel, Friedrich von
Schleicher, August
Schleiermacher, Friedrich Ernest Daniel

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Scheherazade in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable