leal

[adj] - (archaic or Scottish) faithful and true
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Leal

Leal adjective [ Middle English leial , another form of loial , French loyal . See Loyal .] Faithful; loyal; true. « All men true and leal , all women pure.» Tennyson. Land of the leal , the place of the faithful; heaven.
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leal

adjective faithful and true; `leal to the core of her intrepid Scottish heart`- Harry Lauder
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Leal

• (a.) Faithful; loyal; true.
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Leal

Leal can refer to: ==People== == Transport == ==Places== ...
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