Lady Godiva

Lady Godiva is London Cockney rhyming slang for a five pound note (fiver).
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Lady Godiva

Lady Godiva is London Cockney rhyming slang for a five pound note (fiver).
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Lady Godiva

£5. Cockney rhyming slang for a fiver.
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Lady Godiva

Lady Godiva was the wife of Leofric, the Earl of Mercia and Lord of Coventry who, in 1040, imposed certain exactions upon his tenants, which his lady besought him to remove. The Earl said he would remove them, but only if his wife rode naked through the town. This she duly did, and the earl kept his promise. According to legend, the entire towns fo...
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Lady Godiva

Godiva (fl. 1040–1067) (ə; Godgifu), known as Lady Godiva, was an 11th-century Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who, according to a legend dating back at least to the 13th century, rode naked through the streets of Coventry in order to gain a remission of the oppressive taxation imposed by her husband on his tenants. The name `Peeping Tom` for a voyeur.....
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Lady Godiva

[song] `Lady Godiva` is a 1966 single recorded by Peter and Gordon: the song is a music-hall style number which frivolously references the legend of Lady Godiva. ==Peter and Gordon version== A drastic stylistic shift for Peter and Gordon who had specialized in melancholy love songs, `Lady Godiva` in its music-hall style recalled several Her...
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