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Cupid's cyclopedia by Oliver 1863-1935 Herford, John Cecil 1875- Clay

By Oliver 1863-1935 Herford, John Cecil 1875- Clay

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The ticker in the Bourse of Love. HEARTICULTURE. HELL ! An See Cupid's Almanac. expression of petulance. H The HESITATION. A HONESTY. thief of bunker in good times. the game of Love. The HONEYMOON. of matrimony. " HOPE. " . . I THE itself word letter I spells by the most popular in our language, though, under Cupid's spell, the word "U" is more thought of, "You and I" being often the most happy of Cupid's I is the most Attenuated combinations. letter of the Alphabet. By some the letter I is supposed to have possessed originally a well-rounded and ornate figure, having been worn to its present thread-like shape by constant use speech and writing.

D f] D the form being taken from Hipopotamia's pet dog, Hydrophobia. has turned out to be one of the most useful letters in Cupid's Alphabet, beginning as it does, Dearie, Ducky, Dreams, Delight, Determination, and Desire. But little D has an unhappy side in Don't, Disappointment, and Despair. it The lings. girls under this letter are all Dar- See any one of them. DARLING. From Dearling, a little Dear sometimes excessively dear. DEAR. Beloved DAWN. A also expensive. term for early morning, used by people who don't have What DEFECTS.

Cupid's cook stove. MISERY. Lover of Company. MODESTY. Conscious purity. MOLE. The exception that proves the rule. MONEY. See Uncle. MONOGAMY. Sometimes spelling mo- notony. A planetary old maid who busies herself about other people's love affairs and the recipient of love confidences. MOON. MRS. The O. K. of respectability. ) The question was recently put before the Ten MUSTACHE. a man The Million subscribers of Perfectlady's Home Journal, every one of whom, without a single exception, replied that she did not know never having eaten an egg without salt.

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