What is legion?

  • (noun): A large military unit.
    Example: "The French Foreign Legion"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on legion:

Bouncing Boy
... a fictional character in the DC Comics Universe, a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 30th century ... active service as a Legionnaire to become a Legion reservist, appearing only sporadically thereafter until Zero Hour ... Duo Damsel were also in charge of training recruits to the Legion's Academy ...
Alien Legion
... Alien Legion is a science-fiction comic-book series and associated titles created by Carl Potts, Alan Zelenetz, and Frank Cirocco for Marvel Comics's Epic Comics imprint in 1983 ... military unit, Force Nomad, similar to the French Foreign Legion ...
Alien Legion - Publication History
... Alien Legion — cover-titled The Alien Legion for its first series and initial graphic novel — features a military unit, Force Nomad, similar to the French Foreign Legion ... Epic Comics imprint launched the first of several Alien Legion miniseries and one-shots ... in 2000, The original concept was the 'Foreign Legion in space' and all the legionnaires were human ...
Win Mortimer - Bibliography - DC
... Action Comics (Superman) #101, 113, 117, 119, 129 (1946-49) (Legion of Super-Heroes) #381-387, 389-392 (1969-70) (Lori Lemaris) #475 (1977) Adventure Comics (Superboy) #119 (1947) (Legion ...
Legion - Other
... Legion (biology), a taxonomic term in biology Legion (software), a computer software system Legion Interactive, an Australian telecommunications company Racine Legion/Tornadoes ...

More definitions of "legion":

  • (noun): A vast multitude.
    Synonyms: horde, host
  • (noun): Archaic terms for army.
    Synonyms: host
  • (noun): Association of ex-servicemen.
    Example: "The American Legion"

Famous quotes containing the word legion:

    I am sometimes told that “Women aint fit to vote. Why, don’t you know that a woman had seven devils in her: and do you suppose a woman is fit to rule the nation?” Seven devils aint no account; a man had a legion in him.
    Sojourner Truth (c. 1797–1883)