[lahy-san-der] /laɪˈsæn dər/
died 395 b.c, Spartan naval commander and statesman.
died 395 bc, Spartan naval commander of the Peloponnesian War
masc. proper name, from Greek Lysandros, literally “releasing men,” from comb. form of lyein “to release” (see lose) + -andros “man” (see anthropo-).
[li-san-druh, lahy-] /lɪˈsæn drə, laɪ-/ noun 1. a female given name.
tetrarch of Abilene (Luke 3:1), on the eastern slope of Anti-Lebanon, near the city of Damascus.
[lahy-seyt] /ˈlaɪ seɪt/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. the mixture of substances formed by the of cells. lysate ly·sate (lī’sāt’) n. The cellular debris and fluid produced by lysis.
[lahys] /laɪs/ Immunology, Biochemistry verb (used with object), lysed, lysing. 1. to cause dissolution or destruction of cells by lysins. verb (used without object), lysed, lysing. 2. to undergo . Chiefly British. 1. variant of . /laɪs; laɪz/ verb 1. to undergo or cause to undergo lysis v. 1927, back-formation from lysis. see -lyze. lyse […]