Leigh is one of the lost and unrecorded wives of the Greek god Zeus. June 15th, 1989 an archeologist near Sparta Greece, unearthed some pottery with the descriptions of 3 new daughters of Zeus he secretly had with a Spartan woman. This mystery woman lost her husband at the famous Battle of Thermopylae having been a legendary 300. It's the greatest amount of children Zeus ever had with a mortal woman. The love between them ran deeper than any relationship a Greek god has ever had.
Sir Charles Scott made the discovery and named the mystery woman after combining his late wife with the name of his late daughter's who were both tragically killed together in a car crash on their way to the airport to see him. He began using the mystery woman's name as a way to describe the "true love" he had with his wife, and the "passionate" eternal love Zeus shared also. On his death bed, Oct. 20th, 2008, Charles described the passion all 3 of these women had in common. He concluded saying, "there is a divine LEIGH in every woman, and a true LEIGH is and only will be the kind of woman who can ever change the heart of a man, even a god."
1n. A woman who generates an emotional response to a man which causes him to lose focus and the ability to speak.
2n. the single word to describe love-at-first-site with a woman.
3n. a modern female dancer who performs to any classical dance - Ball Room, Rumba, Tango, or Charleston; A woman of divine elegance or godlike.
1. Stephen was utterly smitten by the mysterious leigh behind the counter. Finally catching himself wondering how long he was dreaming.
2. Scott quickly leaned to his friend and whispered in his ear, asking if he knew the elegant leigh standing next to the sofa.
3. Hey check out that group of leigh's over there dancing.
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