[lee-oh; Italian le-aw] /ˈli oʊ; Italian ˈlɛ ɔ/
Saint (“Leo the Great”) a.d. c390–461, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 440–461.
Saint, known as Leo the Great. ?390–461 ad, pope (440–461). He extended the authority of the papacy in the West and persuaded Attila not to attack Rome (452). Feast day: Nov 10 or Feb 18
- Leo III
noun 1. Saint, a.d. c750–816, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 795–816. 2. (“the Isaurian”), a.d. c680–741, Eastern Roman emperor 717–741. noun 1. called the Isaurian. ?675–741 ad, Byzantine emperor (717–41): he checked Arab expansionism and began the policy of iconoclasm, which divided the empire for the next century 2. Saint. ?750–816 ad, pope (795–816). He crowned Charlemagne […]
- Leo II
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 683, Sicilian ecclesiastic: pope 682–683.
- Leo IV
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 855, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 847–855.
[lee-oh mahy-ner] /ˈli oʊ ˈmaɪ nər/ noun, genitive Leonis Minoris [lee-oh-nis mahy-nawr-is, -nohr-] /liˈoʊ nɪs maɪˈnɔr ɪs, -ˈnoʊr-/ (Show IPA) 1. Astronomy. the Little Lion, a northern constellation between Leo and Ursa Major. noun 1. a small faint constellation in the N hemisphere lying near Leo and Ursa Major