[ley-od-uh-muh s] /leɪˈɒd ə məs/
noun, Classical Mythology.
a son of Eteocles who defended Thebes against the Epigoni, killed Aegialeus, and was killed by Alcmaeon.
(in the Odyssey) the son of Alcinous who, not recognizing Odysseus, challenged him to athletic contests when Odysseus landed in Phaeacia.
[ley-od-uh-mahy-uh] /leɪˌɒd əˈmaɪ ə/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a daughter of Acastus who committed suicide so that she could join her husband, Protesilaus, in the underworld. 2. (in the Iliad) the mother, by Zeus, of Sarpedon.
[ley-od-uh-see] /leɪˈɒd əˌsi/ noun 1. (in the Iliad) a daughter of Priam and Hecuba who chose to be swallowed up by the earth rather than live as a Greek concubine.
[ley-od-uh-see-uh, ley-uh-duh-] /leɪˌɒd əˈsi ə, ˌleɪ ə də-/ noun 1. ancient name of . /ˌleɪəʊdɪˈsɪə/ noun 1. the ancient name of several Greek cities in W Asia, notably of Latakia The city of this name mentioned in Scripture lay on the confines of Phrygia and Lydia, about 40 miles east of Ephesus (Rev. 3:14), on […]
[ley-od-uh-see-uh n, ley-uh-duh-] /leɪˌɒd əˈsi ən, ˌleɪ ə də-/ adjective 1. lukewarm or indifferent, especially in religion, as were the early Christians of . noun 2. a person who is lukewarm or indifferent, especially in religion. /ˌleɪəʊdɪˈsɪən/ adjective 1. lukewarm and indifferent, esp in religious matters noun 2. a person having a lukewarm attitude towards […]