[lahy-uh-neyz; French lee-aw-nez] /ˌlaɪ əˈneɪz; French li ɔˈnɛz/
(of food, especially fried potatoes) cooked with pieces of onion.
/ˌlaɪəˈneɪz; French ljɔnɛz/
(of food) cooked or garnished with onions, usually fried
[lahy-uh-nes] /ˌlaɪ əˈnɛs/ noun, Arthurian Romance. 1. the mythical region where Sir Tristram was born, located near Cornwall in SW England and supposed to have been submerged by the sea. /ˌlaɪəˈnɛs/ noun 1. (in Arthurian legend) the mythical birthplace of Sir Tristram, situated in SW England and believed to have been submerged by the sea
noun 1. the official heraldic authority of Scotland. [lahy-uh n] /ˈlaɪ ən/ noun, Scottish Heraldry. 1. .
[lahy-uh nz for 1; lee-awn or, sometimes, lahy-uh nz for 2] /ˈlaɪ ənz for 1; liˈɔ̃ or, sometimes, ˈlaɪ ənz for 2/ noun 1. Joseph Aloysius, 1879–1939, Australian statesman: prime minister 1932–39. 2. French Lyon. a city in and the capital of Rhone, in E France at the confluence of the Rhone and Saône rivers. […]
lyophil ly·o·phil (lī’ə-fĭl’) or ly·o·phile (-fīl’) adj. Lyophilic. n. A lyophilic substance.