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Leif

[leef, leyf] /lif, leɪf/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • Leif called this country Heluland, or the land of flat stones.

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  • Leif and Grim shall be the same kind of friends to your two sons.'

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  • "And I vow that I will follow my foster-brother," cried Leif.

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  • Now every day Ingolf and Leif and some of the men walked about the island.

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  • "You shall go home and get our women and our things, Ingolf," said Leif.

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  • Leif got ready the boat again and merrily sailed for Ireland.

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  • We knew from the carving on the door-posts that they were Leif's.

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  • So they took the women and Leif's things and Leif's boat and sailed home.

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  • Men in Norway talk much of Ingolf and Leif, and wonder what has happened to them.

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  • Eric led his wife Thorhild and his two young sons, Thorstein and Leif.

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