[ley-od-uh-see-uh, ley-uh-duh-] /leɪˌɒd əˈsi ə, ˌleɪ ə də-/
ancient name of .
the ancient name of several Greek cities in W Asia, notably of Latakia
The city of this name mentioned in Scripture lay on the confines of Phrygia and Lydia, about 40 miles east of Ephesus (Rev. 3:14), on the banks of the Lycus. It was originally called Diospolis and then Rhoas, but afterwards Laodicea, from Laodice, the wife of Antiochus II., king of Syria, who rebuilt it. It was one of the most important and flourishing cities of Asia Minor. At a very early period it became one of the chief seats of Christianity (Col. 2:1; 4:15; Rev. 1:11, etc.). It is now a deserted place, called by the Turks Eski-hissar or “old castle.”
[ley-od-uh-see-uh n, ley-uh-duh-] /leɪˌɒd əˈsi ən, ˌleɪ ə də-/ adjective 1. lukewarm or indifferent, especially in religion, as were the early Christians of . noun 2. a person who is lukewarm or indifferent, especially in religion. /ˌleɪəʊdɪˈsɪən/ adjective 1. lukewarm and indifferent, esp in religious matters noun 2. a person having a lukewarm attitude towards […]
[lou-gahy] /ˈlaʊˈgaɪ/ noun 1. the system of forced-labor camps, prisons, etc., in China.
[ley-ish] /ˈleɪ ɪʃ/ noun 1. a county in Leinster, in the central Republic of Ireland. 623 sq. mi. (1615 sq. km). County seat: Port Laoighise. /ˈliːʃ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Laois
/ˈliːʃ/ noun 1. a county of central Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province: formerly boggy but largely reclaimed for agriculture. County town: Portlaoise. Pop: 58 774 (2002). Area: 1719 sq km (664 sq miles) Also called Laoighis, Leix Former name Queen’s County