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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Love (God of).
 
(Anglo-Saxon luf.)   1
   Cam’deo, in Hindu mythology.   2
   Camade’va, in Persian mythology.   3
   Cupid, in Roman mythology.   4
   Eros, in Greek mythology.   5
   Freya, in Celtic mythology.   6
   Kama or Cama, in Indian mythology. (See BOWYER, etc., etc.)   7
   ¶ The family of love. Certain fanatics in the sixteenth century, holding tenets not unlike those of the Anabaptists.   8
   There is no love lost. Because the persons referred to have no love for each other. What does not exist cannot be lost.   9
 


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