[il-ee-uh d] /ˈɪl i əd/
(italics) a Greek epic poem describing the siege of Troy, ascribed to Homer.
(sometimes lowercase) any similar poem; a long narrative.
(often lowercase) a long series of woes, trials, etc.
a Greek epic poem describing the siege of Troy, attributed to Homer and probably composed before 700 bc
from Latin Ilias (genitive Iliadis), from Greek Ilias poiesis “poem of Ilion” (Troy), literally “city of Ilius,” the mythical founder.
/ˌɪlɪˈæmnə/ noun 1. a lake in SW Alaska: the largest lake in Alaska. Length: about 130 km (80 miles). Width: 40 km (25 miles) 2. a volcano in SW Alaska, northwest of Iliamna Lake. Height: 3076 m (10 092 ft)
[il-ee-es-koo] /ˌɪl iˈɛs ku/ noun 1. Ion [yawn] /yɔn/ (Show IPA), born 1930, Romanian political leader: president 1990–96, 2000–04.
[il-ee-aim-nuh, il-] /ˈɪl iˈɛəm nə, ˌɪl-/ noun 1. the largest lake in Alaska, in the SW part. 1022 sq. mi. (2647 sq. km).
/ɪˈliːɡən/ noun 1. a city in the Philippines, a port on the N coast of Mindanao. Pop: 306 000 (2005 est)