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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_of_my_eye

The phrase apple of my eye refers to something or someone that one cherishes above all others. Its meaning does indeed derive from an expression signifying ...

www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/the-apple-of-my-eye.html

'The apple of my eye' is exceedingly old and first appears in Old English in a work attributed to King Aelfred (the Great) of Wessex, AD 885, titled Gregory's ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/275777/what-does-apple-of-my-eye-even-mean

Sep 24, 2015 ... I do not understand how the phrase "apple of my eye" connotes affection. Where and how did this phrase originate and how can it refer to ...

www.quora.com/Where-does-the-phrase-You-are-the-apple-of-my-eye-come-from

It is used multiple times in the King James Bible (for example, Psalm 17: 8 and Proverbs 7: 2), ... The origin of the phrase in English is obscure. According to the  ...

www.word-detective.com/2010/06/apple-of-ones-eye

Jun 10, 2010 ... Dear Word Detective: What does "the apple of my eye" mean? ... eye” was used to mean “favorite,” it was used literally, as an anatomical term.

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May 10, 2005 ... 1) Miranda is the apple of my eye - I love her more than anything on earth. ... One side has the word, one side has the definition. Microwave and ...

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Sep 15, 2010 ... Learn the history behind the phrase "apple of my eye" at www.idiomation. wordpress.com.

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Mar 19, 2014 ... Maybe you won't find this as fascinating as I did, but I'll bet what you thought was the origin of the idiom "Apple of my Eye" was mistaken!

www.biblestudytools.com/dictionary/apple-of-the-eye

Definition and meaning:APPLE, OF THE EYE ap'-'-l: The eyeball, or globe of ... " Keep my law (the Revised Version, margin "teaching") as the apple of thine eye"  ...

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Apple Of My Eye by Rick Ross song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart ... "Apple of my eye" is an English idiom, which comes from the Old Testament ...