[lee-on] /ˈli ɒn/
a male given name, form of .
[ley-ohn; Spanish le-awn] /leɪˈoʊn; Spanish lɛˈɔn/
a province in NW Spain: formerly a kingdom. 5936 sq. mi. (15,375 sq. km).
the capital of this province.
a city in W Guanajuato, in central Mexico.
a city in W Nicaragua: the former capital.
a region and former kingdom of NW Spain, which united with Castile in 1230
a city of NW Spain: capital of the kingdom of León (10th century). Pop: 135 634 (2003 est)
a city in central Mexico, in W Guanajuato state: commercial centre of a rich agricultural region. Pop: 1 438 000 (2005 est) Official name León de los Aldamas (de los ˈaldamas)
a city in W Nicaragua: one of the oldest towns of Central America, founded in 1524; capital of Nicaragua until 1855; university (1812). Pop: 168 000 (2005 est)
medieval kingdom in northwestern Spain, said to be from Latin legionis (septimae) “of the Seventh Legion,” which was founded in Spain in 65 B.C.E.; the name probably then conformed to Spanish leon “lion.” Related: Leonese.
[lee-oh-nuh] /liˈoʊ nə/ noun 1. a female given name.
[lee-uh-nahr-desk, ley-] /ˌli ə nɑrˈdɛsk, ˌleɪ-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or suggesting Leonardo da Vinci or the style of his paintings.
- Leonardo of pisa
noun 1. See Fibonacci
- Leonardo da Vinci
[lee-uh-nahr-doh duh vin-chee, ley-; Italian le-aw-nahr-daw dah veen-chee] /ˌli əˈnɑr doʊ də ˈvɪn tʃi, ˌleɪ-; Italian ˌlɛ ɔˈnɑr dɔ dɑ ˈvin tʃi/ noun 1. 1452–1519, Italian painter, sculptor, architect, musician, engineer, mathematician, and scientist. [vin-chee; Italian veen-chee] /ˈvɪn tʃi; Italian ˈvin tʃi/ noun 1. Leonardo da [lee-uh-nahr-doh duh,, ley-;; Italian le-aw-nahr-daw dah] /ˌli əˈnɑr doʊ […]