[lee-suh, -zuh] /ˈli sə, -zə/
a female given name, form of .
1. Local Integrated Software Architecture.
A personal computer introduced by Apple Computer, Inc. in 1983. The LISA was a predecessor of the Macintosh and was the first personal computer on the market with a graphical user interface.
It was origionally named after Steve Jobs’s daughter. The acronym was applied later.
2. A system for statistical data analysis, similar to S.
FTP MIT (ftp://dolphin.mit.edu/).
3. Large Installation Systems Administration.
Laser Interferometer Space Antenna
[liz-buh n] /ˈlɪz bən/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Portugal, in the SW part, on the Tagus estuary. [pawr-chuh-guh l, pohr-; Portuguese pawr-too-gahl] /ˈpɔr tʃə gəl, ˈpoʊr-; Portuguese ˌpɔr tʊˈgɑl/ noun 1. a republic in SW Europe, on the Iberian Peninsula, W of Spain. (Including the Azores and the Madeira Islands) […]
/ˈlɪzbɜːn/ noun 1. a city in Northern Ireland in Lisburn district, Co Antrim, noted for its linen industry: headquarters of the British Army in Northern Ireland. Pop: 71 465 (2001) 2. a district of S Northern Ireland, in Co Antrim and Co Down. Pop: 109 565 (2003 est). Area: 446 sq km (172 sq miles)
[lee-suh, -zuh] /ˈli sə, -zə/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .
[li-sen-tee] /lɪˈsɛn ti/ noun 1. plural of . [sen-tee] /ˈsɛn ti/ noun, plural lisente [li-sen-tee] /lɪˈsɛn ti/ (Show IPA) 1. a nickel-brass coin and monetary unit of Lesotho, the 100th part of a loti.