in various usages, from the gentle boy hero of Frances Hodgson Burnett's popular novel "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (1885). The family name is from mid-13c., literally "son of the king" (Anglo-French Le Enfant le Roy).
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This was almost as exciting as a Christmas stocking in the Fauntleroy days.Rope
He thought and talked of Fauntleroy by day, and dreamed of Fauntleroy at night.
She was not so slow but that she could learn the lesson Fauntleroy's success taught.The Madigans
Here she effected an entrance, but Fauntleroy was no where to be seen.
Fauntleroy, say to them that you thank them for their kindness.Little Lord Fauntleroy
Frances Hodgson Burnett