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 Anag’nostes (Greek).Anah, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
        Dame Eleanor Davies (prophetess in the reign of Charles I.) = Never so mad a lady.
        Gustavus = Augustus.
        Horatio Nelson = Honor est a Nilo (made by Dr. Burney).
        Queen Victoria’s Jubilee Year = I require love in a subject.
        Quid est Veritas (John xviii. 38)? = Vir est qui adest.
        Marie Touchet (mistress of Charles IX. of France = Je charme tout (made by Henri IV.).
        Voltaire is an anagram of Arouet l(e)j(eune).
       These are interchangeable words:
        Alcuinus and Calvinus; Amor and Roma; Eros and Rose; Evil and Live; and many more.

 Anag’nostes (Greek).Anah, 


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