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- adj. honeyed, derived from a place name in ancient Sicily called Hybla which was renowned for its honey.
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FrcmFriendftiip, thus, that flower of heavenly feed; 53 c The wife extrads earth's moft Hyblean blifs,
"Now to return to the youth in the corner: _Nemo mortalium omnibus horis sapit_, Jemmy keep your money, or give it to the priest to keep, and it will be safest; but by no means let the Hyblean honey of the schoolmaster's blarney deprive you of it, otherwise it will be a _vale, vale, longum vale_ between you.