[lahy-ruh] /ˈlaɪ rə/
noun, genitive Lyrae
[lahy-ree] /ˈlaɪ ri/ (Show IPA), for 1.
Astronomy. the Lyre, a northern constellation between Cygnus and Hercules, containing the bright star Vega.
a female given name.
noun (Latin genitive) Lyrae (ˈlaɪəriː)
a small constellation in the N hemisphere lying near Cygnus and Draco and containing the star Vega, an eclipsing binary (Beta Lyrae), a planetary nebula (the Ring Nebula), and a variable star, RR Lyrae
A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Hercules. Lyra (the Lyre) contains the bright star Vega.
[lahy-reyt, -rit] /ˈlaɪ reɪt, -rɪt/ adjective 1. Botany. (of a pinnate leaf) divided transversely into several lobes, the smallest at the base. 2. Zoology. lyre-shaped, as the tail of certain birds. /ˈlaɪərɪt/ adjective 1. shaped like a lyre 2. (of leaves) having a large terminal lobe and smaller lateral lobes
- Lyra viol
/ˈlɑɪərə/ noun 1. a lutelike musical instrument popular in the 16th and 17th centuries: the forerunner of the mandolin
noun 1. a back of a chair or the like having a pierced splat in the form of a lyre, often with metal rods representing strings.
[lahyuh r] /laɪər/ noun 1. a musical instrument of ancient Greece consisting of a soundbox made typically from a turtle shell, with two curved arms connected by a yoke from which strings are stretched to the body, used especially to accompany singing and recitation. 2. (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Lyra. /laɪə/ noun 1. […]