Light-o-love

Light"-o'-love`

(lt"-lv`), n. 1. An old tune of a dance, the name of which made it a proverbial expression of levity, especially in love matters. Nares. "Best sing it to the tune of light-o'-love." Shak.
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2. Hence: A light or wanton woman; a woman inconstant in love. Called also light-of-love. Beau. & Fl.
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