[ih-leer-i-kuh m] /ɪˈlɪər ɪ kəm/
a Roman province in ancient Illyria.
a Roman province founded after 168 bc, based on the coastal area of Illyria
a country to the north-west of Macedonia, on the eastern shores of the Adriatic, now almost wholly comprehended in Dalmatia, a name formerly given to the southern part of Illyricum (2 Tim. 4:10). It was traversed by Paul in his third missionary journey (Rom. 15:19). It was the farthest district he had reached in preaching the gospel of Christ. This reference to Illyricum is in harmony with Acts 20:2, inasmuch as the apostle’s journey over the parts of Macedonia would bring him to the borders of Illyricum.
[eel-mah-ree-nuh n] /ˈil mɑˌri nən/ noun, Finnish Legend. 1. one of the heroes of the Kalevala.
/ˈɪlmən/ noun 1. Lake Ilmen, a lake in NW Russia, in the Novgorod Region: drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga. Area: between 780 sq km (300 sq miles) and 2200 sq km (850 sq miles), according to the season
[il-muh-nahyt] /ˈɪl məˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a very common black mineral, iron titanate, FeTiO 3 , occurring in crystals but more commonly massive. /ˈɪlmɪˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a black mineral found in igneous rocks as layered deposits and in veins. It is the chief source of titanium. Composition: iron titanium oxide. Formula: FeTiO3. Crystal structure: hexagonal (rhombohedral) […]
1. . abbreviation 1. International Labour Organisation International Labor Organization