legend

  • 1Legend — сборник Боба Марли Дата выпуска …

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  • 2Legend — Grandes éxitos de Bob Marley and the Wailers Publicación 8 de mayo de 1984 Género(s) …

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  • 3Legend — bezeichnet: eine Limousine der oberen Mittelklasse, siehe Honda Legend ein Album von Bob Marley, siehe Legend (Album) einen Film (im Originaltitel) von Ridley Scott, siehe Legende (Film) ein Smartphone von HTC, siehe HTC Legend eine englische… …

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  • 4Legénd — Administration …

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  • 5Legend — Leg end (l[e^]j [e^]nd or l[=e] j[e^]nd; 277), n. [OE. legende, OF. legende, F. l[ e]gende, LL. legenda, fr. L. legendus to be read, fr. legere to read, gather; akin to Gr. le gein to gather, speak. Cf. {Collect}, {Dialogue}, {Lesson}, {Logic}.]… …

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  • 6Legend EP — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Legend EP Álbum de Abigail Williams Publicación 3 de octubre de 2006 Grabación 2006 …

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  • 7Legend — Leg end, v. t. To tell or narrate, as a legend. Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8Legend (EP) — Legend EP Álbum de Abigail Williams Publicación 3 de octubre de 2006 Grabación 2006 Género(s) Melodic Black Metal Deathcore …

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  • 9legend — (n.) early 14c., narrative dealing with a happening or an event, from O.Fr. legende (12c., Mod.Fr. légende) and directly from M.L. legenda legend, story, lit. (things) to be read, on certain days in church, etc., from L. legendus, neuter plural… …

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  • 10legend — [n1] story of the past, often fictitious fable, fiction, folklore, folk story, folk tale, lore, myth, mythology, mythos, narrative, saga, tale, tradition; concept 282 legend [n2] brief description in document cipher, code, device, epigraph,… …

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  • 11legend — ► NOUN 1) a traditional story popularly regarded as historical but which is not authenticated. 2) an extremely famous or notorious person: a screen legend. 3) an inscription, caption, or key. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ very well known. ORIGIN from Latin… …

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  • 12legend — [lej′ənd] n. [ME legende < OFr < ML legenda, things to read, neut. pl. of L legendus, ger. of legere, to read: see LOGIC] 1. a) a story handed down for generations among a people and popularly believed to have a historical basis, although… …

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  • 13legend — I (fable) noun adventure, chronicle, epic, epos, fable, fantasy, fiction, folklore, lore, myth, mythology, odyssey, romance, saga, story, tale, tradition, yarn II (inscription) noun abstract, annotation, brief, caption, chronicle, cipher,… …

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  • 14Legend —   [engl.], Legende …

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  • 15legend — англ. [ле/джэнд] légende фр. [лежа/нд] Legende нем. [легэ/ндэ] легенда …

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  • 16Legend —    Film fantastique de Ridley Scott, avec Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent.   Pays: États Unis et Grande Bretagne   Date de sortie: 1985   Technique: couleurs   Durée: 1 h 38    Résumé    Un monstre a reçu pour mission de tuer les… …

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  • 17legend — 1 *myth, saga 2 *inscription, caption …

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  • 18Legend — For other uses, see Legend (disambiguation) and Legendary (disambiguation). A depiction of the legendary Rütlischwur. A legend (Latin, legenda, things to be read ) is a narrative of human actions that are perceived both by teller and listeners to …

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  • 19legend — noun 1 well known story ADJECTIVE ▪ ancient, old ▪ Greek, Inuit, Roman, etc. ▪ local ▪ …

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  • 20legend — n. inscription wording 1) to bear a legend myth, story 2) a legend arises 3) a living; local; popular legend 4) a legend to (her exploits were a legend to millions) notable person 5) to become a legend (in one s own time) * * * [ ledʒ(ə)nd] local …

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