[loo-chee-uh di lam-er-moo r; Italian loo-chee-ah dee lahm-mer-moor] /luˈtʃi ə dɪ ˈlæm ərˌmʊər; Italian luˈtʃi ɑ di ˌlɑm mɛrˈmur/
an opera (1835) by Gaetano Donizetti, based on Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Bride of Lammermoor.
[loo-shuh n] /ˈlu ʃən/ noun 1. a.d. 117–c180, Greek rhetorician and satirist. 2. (“Lucian of Antioch”; “Lucian the Martyr”) a.d. c240–312, theologian and Biblical critic, born at Samosata, in Syria. 3. a male given name. /ˈluːsɪən/ noun 1. 2nd century ad, Greek writer, noted esp for his satirical Dialogues of the Gods and Dialogues of […]
[loo-see-an] /ˌlu siˈæn/ noun 1. a female given name.
[loo-sid] /ˈlu sɪd/ adjective 1. easily understood; completely intelligible or comprehensible: a lucid explanation. 2. characterized by clear perception or understanding; rational or sane: a lucid moment in his madness. 3. shining or bright. 4. clear; pellucid; transparent. /ˈluːsɪd/ adjective 1. readily understood; clear 2. shining or glowing 3. (psychiatry) of or relating to a […]
[loo-si-duh] /ˈlu sɪ də/ noun, plural lucidae [loo-si-dee] /ˈlu sɪˌdi/ (Show IPA). Astronomy. 1. the brightest star in a constellation.