What makes a lion-hearted person

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There are 10 words contained ÖWENH

a 'donkey' in 'the' L.öwenhautLöwenhErzLöwenhoreLöwenhorallyöwenherziglöwenherzigelöwenhErzigemlöwenhErzigenlöwenhErzigerlöwenhory

22 definitions found

  • a donkey␣ in␣ the␣ lion's skin - Red. someone who is stupid but tries to look important.
  • Lionheart - S. fearless, courageous, brave heart (a person whom you ... - S. someone with a fearless heart, always a courageous person.
  • Löwenherzen - V. nominative plural of the noun Löwenherz. - V. Genitive plural of the noun Löwenherz. - V. dative singular of the noun Löwenherz.
  • Löwenherzens - V. Genitive singular of the noun Löwenherz.
  • lion-hearted - adj. having great courage.
  • Löwenherzige - V. nominative singular feminine of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. accusative singular feminine of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. nominative plural all genera of the strong declension of the positive ...
  • Löwenherzigem - V. dative singular masculine of the strong declination of the positive ... - V. dative singular neuter of the strong declination of the positive ...
  • Löwenherzigen - V. Genitive singular masculine of the strong declination of the positive ... - V. Accusative singular masculine of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. Genitive singular neuter of the strong declination of the positive ...
  • Löwenherziger - V. nominative singular masculine of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. Genitive Singular Feminine of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. dative singular feminine of the strong declension of the positive ...
  • Löwenherziges - V. nominative singular neuter of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. accusative singular neuter of the strong declension of the positive ... - V. nominative singular neuter of the mixed declension of the positive ...



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