THE Lion, creator of Narnia and son of the Emperor Over the Sea. Main character of "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe", and appears througout the rest of "The Chronicles of Narnia" by C.S. Lewis. Lewis' idea of what Christ might be like in the world of Narnia. Based on the Turkish word for "lion". Will be voiced by Liam Neeson in the feature film premiering in December 2005.
Aslan is not a tame lion. But he is good. And he's certainly NOT an allegory.
1. Turkish for "lion"
2. The Messianic lion in The Chronicles Of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. Kinda like Jesus, only cooler. And not an allegory.
3. Legendary Dublin rock band who would have made it if Christy Dingham could stay off the smack. Named after 2.
1. *turkish turkish turkish aslan turkish?*
2.Aslan is NOT allegorical, goddammit. C.S. Lewis said so.
3. Oh man, the Aslan concert the last night was fucking savage. It's a shame Christy couldn't stay off the smack, they should have made it.
A term often used as a euphemism for Jesus, despite C. S. Lewis's claim that this was not the intention.
Dude! You walked on water? You're like freakin' Aslan or something!
The magical lion from "the Chronicles of Narnia," he is basically god.
Also, he doesn't exist.
"I AM ASLAN, and I exist in all worlds."
"but your contradicting your very existence!"
"Oh, I hadn't thought of that."
*Aslan dissapears in a poof of logic*
Refering to the film The Lion The Witch and The wardrobe. Can be used to describe someone who is unattractive.
1 - Look at her.
2 - She's a bit of an aslan
3 - How do you mean?
4 - Face of a lion, hair of a witch and body of a wardrobe