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Lalage (pronounced ˈlælədʒiː) is a female given name, deriving from Ancient Greek. It may be used as follows.
- Lalage, for whom the Roman poet Horace professes his love in "Integer vitae", a famous poem in Carminum liber primus
- Lalage, for whose love the Roman Legions march in Rudyard Kipling's poem Rimini
- Lalage, the female lead of Poe's play Politian
- Lalage Mary Kathleen Acland, wife of Hubert Acland and mother of Sir Antony Guy Acland, 5th Baronet
- Constance Lalage Thompson, wife of Edward Wakefield and mother of Humphry Wakefield
- Lalage, the child in John Fowles's novel The French Lieutenant's Woman
- Lalage, the beloved in Thomas Hardy's poem "Timing Her"
- Lalage (bird), the genus of the triller birds
- Appias lalage, a butterfly
- Hyalella lalage, an amphipod of the genus Hyalella
- Splendrillia lalage, a sea snail
- Mitrella lalage, a sea snail of the genus Mitrella (gastropod)
- Lalage, a synonym of the legume genus Bossiaea
- 822 Lalage, an asteroid
- Lalage, a boat in Sailing at the 1936 Summer Olympics – 6 Metre and Sailing at the 1948 Summer Olympics – 6 metre class
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