Excalibar
Excalibur Ex*cal"i*bur, n. The name of King Arthur's mythical sword. [Written also {Excalibar}, {Excalibor}, {Escalibar}, and {Caliburn}.] --Tennyson.

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  • Caliburn — Excalibur Ex*cal i*bur, n. The name of King Arthur s mythical sword. [Written also {Excalibar}, {Excalibor}, {Escalibar}, and {Caliburn}.] Tennyson …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Escalibar — Excalibur Ex*cal i*bur, n. The name of King Arthur s mythical sword. [Written also {Excalibar}, {Excalibor}, {Escalibar}, and {Caliburn}.] Tennyson …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Excalibor — Excalibur Ex*cal i*bur, n. The name of King Arthur s mythical sword. [Written also {Excalibar}, {Excalibor}, {Escalibar}, and {Caliburn}.] Tennyson …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Excalibur — Ex*cal i*bur, n. The name of King Arthur s mythical sword. [Written also {Excalibar}, {Excalibor}, {Escalibar}, and {Caliburn}.] Tennyson …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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