'Lily' can also refer to...

arum lilies

George Lily (c. 1518—1559) Roman Catholic ecclesiastic and cosmographer

Joan Lily Amelia Hughes (1918—1993) airwoman


Lily Adams Beck (d. 1931)

Lily Allen (b. 1985)

Lily Braun (1865—1916)

Lily Brett (b. 1946)

Lily Dougall (1858—1923) novelist and religious author

Lily E. Hirsch

Lily Elsie (c. 1886—1962) actress and singer

Lily Frances Chitty (1893—1979) archaeologist and antiquary

Lily Hart

Lily L. Wu

Lily Loat (1880—1958) anti-vaccination activist

Lily MacManus (1894—1941)

Lily of Killarney

lily of the valley

Lily pads

Lily Pons (1898—1976)

Lily Reich (1885—1947)

Lily Spender (1835—1895) novelist

Lily Tomlin (b. 1939)


Lily's Grammar

Peter Lily (1563—1615) Church of England clergyman

Secret and Lily Hart

water lily

Water Lily Records


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Armorial bearings became usual in the West in the course of the 12th c. because the transformations of military equipment made it difficult for combatants to be identified. For the ...

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