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Posted by Baceseras on June 29, 2007

In Reply to: Lazarushian-leather posted by Jon on June 29, 2007

: What is the meaning of the phrase "Lazarushian-leather" in the final stanza of Rudyard Kipling's poem "Gunga Din"?

The speaker is referring to Lazarus, who came back from the dead, so something like well-worn leather is being attributed to Din's appearance or character.