[French lee-bruh-veel] /French li brəˈvil/
a port in and the capital of Gabon, in the W part, on the Gulf of Guinea.
Official name Gabonese Republic. a republic in W equatorial Africa: formerly a part of French Equatorial Africa; member of the French Community. 102,290 sq. mi. (264,931 sq. km).
an estuary in W Gabon. About 40 miles (65 km) long.
the capital of Gabon, in the west on the estuary of the Gabon River: founded as a French trading post in 1843 and expanded with the settlement of freed slaves in 1848. Pop: 649 000 (2005 est)
/ɡəˈbɒn; French ɡabɔ̃/
a republic in W central Africa, on the Atlantic: settled by the French in 1839; made part of the French Congo in 1888; became independent in 1960; almost wholly forested. Official language: French. Religion: Christian majority; significant animist minority. Currency: franc. Capital: Libreville. Pop: 1 640 286 (2013 est). Area: 267 675 sq km (103 350 sq miles) Former English spelling Gaboon
/ˈlaɪbrɪˌfɔːm/ adjective 1. (of a fibre of woody tissue) elongated and having a pitted thickened cell wall
noun book Word Origin Latin ‘book’
[lib-ee-uh] /ˈlɪb i ə/ noun 1. Ancient Geography. the part of N Africa W of Egypt. 2. Italian Libia. a republic in N Africa between Tunisia and Egypt: formerly a monarchy 1951–69. 679,400 sq. mi. (1,759,646 sq. km). Capital: Tripoli. /ˈlɪbɪə/ noun 1. a republic in N Africa, on the Mediterranean: became an Italian colony […]
[lib-ree-uh m] /ˈlɪb ri əm/ Pharmacology, Trademark. 1. a brand of . /ˈlɪbrɪəm/ noun 1. trademark a brand of the drug chlordiazepoxide See also benzodiazepine Librium Lib·ri·um (lĭb’rē-əm) A trademark used for preparations of chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride.