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King James Dictionary
LI'ON, n. L. leo, leonis, Gr.
1. A quadruped of the genus Felis, very strong, fierce and rapacious. The largest lions are eight or nine feet in length. The male has a thick head, beset with long bushy hair of a yellowish color. The lion is a native of Africa and the warm climates of Asia. His aspect is noble, his gait stately, and his roar tremendous.
2. A sign in the zodiac.
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Entry for 'Lion'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/l/lion.html.