Definition of Lionheart. Meaning of Lionheart. Synonyms of Lionheart

Definition of Lionheart. Meaning of Lionheart. Synonyms of Lionheart

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- Lionheart, Lion Heart, or Lion's Heart may refer to: Richard the Lionheart, a name for Richard I of England Lionheart, a nickname given to motor racing...
- Eleanor of Aquitaine. He was known as Richard Cœur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart because of his re****tion as a great military leader and warrior. He was...
- 1998. The Lionhearts focuses on the behind the scenes life of MGM's mascot, Leo Lionheart, and his family. The series shows The Lionhearts living in a...
- Lionheart (also known as Wrong Bet, A.W.O.L.: Absent Without Leave, Leon and Full Contact) is a 1990 action film, directed by Sheldon Lettich, starring...
- professional wrestling promoter and actor, often better known by his ring name Lionheart. He wrestles for numerous promotions in the British Independent wrestling...
- Lionheart is the second studio album by the English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. It was released in November 1978, just nine months after Bush's successful...
- by Douglas Hickox and starring Vincent Price as vengeful actor Edward Lionheart and Diana Rigg as his daughter Edwina. The cast includes distinguished...
- Richard The Lionheart is a 2013 film, starring Chandler Maness as Richard the Lionheart, Malcolm McDowell as King Henry II and Andrea Zirio as Henry the...
- Lionheart is a name applied to the main motor yacht owned by Sir Philip Green, the British retail entrepreneur. The current 90 metres (300 ft) yacht...
- The Brothers Lionheart (Swedish: Bröderna Lejonhjärta) is a children's fantasy novel written by Astrid Lindgren. It was published in the autumn of 1973...
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