Lion-heart
Lion-heart \Li"on-heart`\ (l[imac]"[u^]n*h[aum]rt`), n. A very brave person. [1913 Webster]

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  • lion — n. 1 (fem. lioness) a large flesh eating cat, Panthera leo, of Africa and S. Asia, with a tawny coat and, in the male, a flowing shaggy mane. 2 (the Lion) the zodiacal sign or constellation Leo. 3 a brave or celebrated person. 4 the lion as a… …   Useful english dictionary

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