[lahy-er] /ˈlaɪ ər/
a person who tells .
a person who has lied or lies repeatedly
early 13c., from Old English leogere “liar, false witness,” agent noun from Anglian legan, West Saxon leogan “be untruthful, lie” (see lie (v.1)). “The form in -ar is probably in imitation of the refashioned forms such as scholar for scoler and pillar for piler.” [Barnhart]
[lee-ahr; French lee-ar] /liˈɑr; French liˈar/ noun, plural liards [lee-ahrz; French lee-ar] /liˈɑrz; French liˈar/ (Show IPA) 1. a former silver coin of France, the fourth part of a sol, issued from the 15th century to 1793 and made from copper after 1650. [lee-ahrd, lee-ahrd, -ahr] /ˈli ɑrd, liˈɑrd, -ˈɑr/ noun 1. a river in […]
[lee-ahrd, lee-ahrd, -ahr] /ˈli ɑrd, liˈɑrd, -ˈɑr/ noun 1. a river in W Canada, flowing from S Yukon through N British Columbia and the Northwest Territories into the Mackenzie River. 550 miles (885 km) long. /lɪˈɑːd/ noun 1. a former small coin of various European countries /ˈliːɑːd; liːˈɑːd; -ˈɑː/ noun 1. a river in W […]
noun 1. a logical paradox that results from consideration of statements of the form “This statement is false.” If the statement is true, then it is false, whereas if it is false, then it is true. noun 1. (logic) the paradox that this statement is false is true only if it is false and false […]
[lahy-uh] /ˈlaɪ ə/ noun, Douay Bible. 1. (def 1). /ˈlaɪəs/ noun 1. the lowest series of rocks of the Jurassic system