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The chief herald of Scotland.
- ‘For the flamboyant Lyon, who bore a tattoo of a tiger's head on his chest that gave the mission its name, it was also personal.’
- ‘The Lyon, who had stayed back with the Richelieu was also overwhelmed by missiles.’
Late Middle English: archaic variant of lion, named from the lion on the royal shield.
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