Robin Hood

noun \-ˌhu̇d\

Definition of Robin Hood

  1. :  a person or group likened to a heroic outlaw; especially :  one that robs the rich and gives to the poor

Origin and Etymology of robin hood

Robin Hood, legendary English outlaw who gave to the poor what he stole from the rich

First Known Use: 15th century

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a brief usually trivial fact

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