[lahy-gey-shuh n] /laɪˈgeɪ ʃən/
the act of , especially of surgically tying up a bleeding artery.
anything that binds or ties up; .
1590s, from Middle French ligation, from Late Latin ligationem (nominative ligatio), noun of action from past participle stem of ligare “to bind” (see ligament).
ligation li·ga·tion (lī-gā’shən)
[lig-uh-cher, -choo r] /ˈlɪg ə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər/ noun 1. the act of binding or tying up: The ligature of the artery was done with skill. 2. anything that serves for binding or tying up, as a band, bandage, or cord. 3. a tie or bond: the ligature of mutual need that bound them together. 4. […]
[lahy-juh ns, lee-] /ˈlaɪ dʒəns, ˈli-/ noun 1. Chiefly Law. the territory subject to a sovereign or lord. 2. Archaic. .
[lahy-ger] /ˈlaɪ gər/ noun 1. the offspring of a male and a female . /ˈlaɪɡə/ noun 1. the hybrid offspring of a female tiger and a male lion
[lig-i-tee] /ˈlɪg ɪ ti/ noun 1. György Sándor [jawr-jee shahn-dawr,, dyawr-] /ˈdʒɔr dʒi ˈʃɑn dɔr,, ˈdyɔr-/ (Show IPA), 1923–2006, Austrian composer, born in Hungary. /Hungarian ˈliɡɛti/ noun 1. György (djørdj). 1923–2006, Hungarian composer, resident in Vienna. His works, noted for their experimentalism, include Atmospheres (1961) for orchestra, Volumina (1962) for organ, and a requiem mass […]