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Obidicut KING LEAR, iv. 1. 60. A variation of the name of the fiend called Hoberdicut and Haberdicut in Harsnet's Declaration of egregious Popish Impostures, 1603, pp. 119, 181; from which work Shakespeare seems to have borrowed the names of several of the fiends in King Lear.

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