[loo-puh s] /ˈlu pəs/
noun, genitive Lupi
[loo-pahy] /ˈlu paɪ/ (Show IPA). Astronomy.
the Wolf, a southern constellation between Centaurus and Norma.
any of various ulcerative skin diseases
noun (Latin genitive) Lupi (ˈluːpaɪ)
a constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Centaurus and Ara
late 14c., used of several diseases that cause ulcerations of the skin, from Medieval Latin lupus, from Latin lupus “wolf” (see wolf (n.)), apparently because it “devours” the affected part.
lupus lu·pus (lōō’pəs)
Any of several diseases, especially systemic lupus erythematosus, that principally affect the skin and joints but often also involve other systems of the body.
See systemic lupus erythematosus.
An autoimmune disease that tends to strike women more frequently than men. The disease attacks the body’s connective tissues.
noun the killing of a wolf or wolves Word Origin lupine ‘pertaining to a wolf’
lupiform lu·pi·form (lōō’pə-fôrm’) adj. Lupoid.
/ˈluːpɪn/ noun 1. any leguminous plant of the genus Lupinus, of North America, Europe, and Africa, with large spikes of brightly coloured flowers and flattened pods n. plant of the genus lupinus, late 14c., from Latin lupinus, name of the plant, noun use of an adjective meaning “of a wolf” (see lupine). The reason for […]
[loo-pin] /ˈlu pɪn/ noun 1. any of numerous plants belonging to the genus Lupinus, of the legume family, as L. albus (white lupine) of Europe, bearing edible seeds, or L. perennis, of the eastern U.S., having tall, dense clusters of blue, pink, or white flowers. [loo-pahyn] /ˈlu paɪn/ adjective 1. pertaining to or resembling the […]