[mahy-ruh] /ˈmaɪ rə/
an ancient city in SW Asia Minor, in Lycia.
a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “extraordinary.”.
one of the chief towns of Lycia, in Asia Minor, about 2 1/2 miles from the coast (Acts 27:5). Here Paul removed from the Adramyttian ship in which he had sailed from Caesarea, and entered into the Alexandrian ship, which was afterwards wrecked at Melita (27:39-44).
1. a combining form meaning “10,000,” used especially in the names of metric units equal to 10,000 of the unit denoted by the base word: myriagram; myriameter. combining form 1. indicating a very great number: myriapod
[mir-ee-uh d] /ˈmɪr i əd/ noun 1. a very great or indefinitely great number of persons or things. 2. ten thousand. adjective 3. of an indefinitely great number; innumerable: the myriad stars of a summer night. 4. having innumerable phases, aspects, variations, etc.: the myriad mind of Shakespeare. 5. ten thousand. /ˈmɪrɪəd/ adjective 1. innumerable […]
[mir-ee-uh d-leef] /ˈmɪr i ədˌlif/ noun, plural myriad-leaves. 1. an aquatic plant, Myriophyllum verticillatum, of the North Temperate Zone, having hairlike, submerged leaves.
[mir-ee-uh-pod] /ˈmɪr i əˌpɒd/ noun 1. any arthropod of the group Myriapoda, having an elongated segmented body with numerous paired, jointed legs, formerly classified as a class comprising the centipedes and millipedes. adjective 2. Also, myriapodous [mir-ee-ap-uh-duh s] /ˌmɪr iˈæp ə dəs/ (Show IPA). belonging or pertaining to the myriapods. 3. having very numerous legs. […]