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 Ezour Ve’da or Yajûr Veda.F. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Ezzelin (3 syl.).
Sir Ezzelin recognised count Lara at the table of Lord Otho, and charged him with being Conrad the corsair. A duel was arranged, and Ezzelin was never heard of more. A serf used to tell how one evening he saw a horseman cast a dead body into the river which divided the lands of Otho and Lara, and that there was a star of knighthood on the breast of the dead body. (Byron: Lara.) (See CONRAD.)   1

 Ezour Ve’da or Yajûr Veda.F. 


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