[lap-is, ley-pis] /ˈlæp ɪs, ˈleɪ pɪs/

noun, plural lapides
[lap-i-deez] /ˈlæp ɪˌdiz/ (Show IPA)
(italics) Latin. stone (used in Latin names for minerals, gems, etc.)


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