[he-sper-i-din] /hɛˈspɛr ɪ dɪn/
a crystallizable, bioflavinoid glycoside, C 28 H 34 O 15 , occurring in most citrus fruits, especially in the spongy envelope of oranges and lemons.
a glycoside extracted from orange peel or other citrus fruits and used to treat capillary fragility
[hes-puh-rid-ee-uh m] /ˌhɛs pəˈrɪd i əm/ noun, plural hesperidia [hes-puh-rid-ee-uh] /ˌhɛs pəˈrɪd i ə/ (Show IPA). Botany. 1. the fruit of a citrus plant, as an orange. /ˌhɛspəˈrɪdɪəm/ noun 1. (botany) the fruit of citrus plants, in which the flesh consists of fluid-filled hairs and is protected by a tough rind
[es-pe-ree-naws; English hes-per-uh-nos, hes-per-uh-nos] /ɛsˌpɛ riˈnɔs; English ˌhɛs pər əˈnɒs, ˈhɛs pər əˌnɒs/ noun, Greek Orthodox Church. 1. (def 3).
[hes-puh-rawr-nis] /ˌhɛs pəˈrɔr nɪs/ noun 1. a toothed aquatic bird of the extinct genus Hesperornis, fossils of which are found in rocks of Cretaceous age in Kansas, having the rear legs modified for swimming and reaching a length of more than 4 feet (1.2 meters).
[hes-per-uh s] /ˈhɛs pər əs/ noun 1. an evening star, especially Venus. /ˈhɛspərəs/ noun 1. an evening star, esp Venus late 14c., poetic for “the evening star,” from Latin Hesperus, from Greek hesperos (aster) “western (star),” from PIE *wes-pero- “evening, night” (see vesper). Hence also Hesperides (1590s), from Greek, “daughters of the West,” the nymphs […]