[klee-oh-byoo-luh s, klee-uh-, klee-ob-yuh-luh s] /ˌkli oʊˈbyu ləs, ˌkli ə-, kliˈɒb yə ləs/
flourished 560 b.c, Greek sage and lyric poet, a native and tyrant of Lindus, Rhodes.
[klee-oid] /ˈkli ɔɪd/ noun, Dentistry. 1. a claw-shaped dental instrument used to remove carious material from a cavity.
[klee-oh-mee] /kliˈoʊ mi/ noun 1. any of numerous strong-smelling plants or shrubs belonging to the genus Cleome, of the caper family, mostly natives of tropical regions, and often bearing showy flowers. /klɪˈəʊmɪ/ noun 1. any herbaceous or shrubby plant of the mostly tropical capparidaceous genus Cleome, esp C. spinosa, cultivated for their clusters of white […]
- Cleomenes III
[klee-om-uh-neez] /kliˈɒm əˌniz/ noun 1. died c220 b.c, king of Sparta c235–c220.
[klee-on] /ˈkli ɒn/ noun 1. died 422 b.c, Athenian general and political opponent of Pericles. /ˈkliːɒn/ noun 1. died 422 bc, Athenian demagogue and military leader masc. proper name, from Latinized form of Greek kleon, kleos “fame” (see Clio).