Origin of nightingale
Definition for nightingale (2 of 2)
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She reaches across the years, back to A Million Nightingale and onward to Take One Candle Light a Room.
Mr. Nightingale, it may be added, had enlarged Florence's allowance at the time of the marriage of his other daughter.
The emperor was charmed, and said the nightingale should have his gold slipper to wear round its neck.Stories from Hans Andersen|Hans Christian Andersen
The nightingale comes about the same time, and the cuckoo follows close.A Year in the Fields|John Burroughs
But his nightingale died, and then the dog, who should have followed at his funeral.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 2 (of 4)|Richard Muther
Miss Nightingale shows that she not only knows her subject, but feels it thoroughly.