Robin Hood

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Robin Hood

n.
A legendary English outlaw of the 1100s, famous for his courage, chivalry, and practice of robbing the rich to aid the poor.

Robin Hood

n
(European Myth & Legend) a legendary English outlaw of the reign of Richard I, who according to tradition lived in Sherwood Forest and robbed the rich to give to the poor

Rob′in Hood`


n.
a legendary English outlaw of the 12th century, celebrated in ballads, who robbed the rich to give to the poor.
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Noun1.Robin Hood - legendary English outlaw of the 12th centuryRobin Hood - legendary English outlaw of the 12th century; said to have robbed the rich to help the poor
Translations
روبين هود
رابین‌هود
Robin des Bois
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ROBIN Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the land, was the chorus sung at the Quorn Village Hall as the Phoenix Entertainers performed their version of The Robin Hood pantomime.
The show's catchy theme tune helped with lyrics declaring "Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the glen/Robin Hood, Robin Hood, with his band of men" and the series ran for 143 episodes until 1959.
Obviously, she had expected the Bryan Adams classic, Everything I Do but what she got was a very bouncy version of Robin Hood, Robin Hood Riding Through The Glen, much to the amusement of the congregation.
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THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (1955-1960): Long-running TV series starring the a pt ly -n a m e d R i c h a rd Gre e n e , best-known for its theme tune "Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the glen.
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