[lee-ver; French lee-vruh] /ˈli vər; French ˈli vrə/
noun, plural livres
[lee-verz; French lee-vruh] /ˈli vərz; French ˈli vrə/ (Show IPA)
a former money of account and group of coins of France, issued in coin form first in gold, then in silver, finally in copper, and discontinued in 1794.
/ˈliːvrə; French livrə/
a former French unit of money of account, equal to 1 pound of silver
former French money, 1550s, from French livre “pound,” in Old French in both the weight and money senses, from Latin libra “pound” (see Libra). Equivalent to the 20c. franc, it was made up of 20 sous.
[liv-ee] /ˈlɪv i/ noun 1. (Titus Livius) 59 b.c.–a.d. 17, Roman historian. /ˈlɪvɪ/ noun 1. Latin name Titus Livius. 59 bc–17 ad, Roman historian; of his history of Rome in 142 books, only 35 survive
/ˈlɪvjɘ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of gamma hydroxybutyrate
[lee-wahn] /ˈli wɑn/ noun 1. .
- Li Xiannian
[lee shyahn-nyahn] /ˈli ˈʃyɑnˈnyɑn/ noun 1. 1909–92, Chinese Communist leader: president 1983–88.