[lem-yoo-uh l] /ˈlɛm yu əl/
a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “devoted to God.”.
dedicated to God, a king whom his mother instructed (Prov. 31:1-9). Nothing is certainly known concerning him. The rabbis identified him with Solomon.
[lee-mer] /ˈli mər/ noun 1. any of various small, arboreal, chiefly nocturnal mammals of the family Lemuridae, of Madagascar and the Comoro Islands, especially of the genus Lemur, usually having large eyes, a foxlike face, and woolly fur: most lemurs are endangered. /ˈliːmə/ noun 1. any Madagascan prosimian primate of the family Lemuridae, such as […]
[lem-yuh-rey-lee-uh, -reyl-yuh] /ˌlɛm yəˈreɪ li ə, -ˈreɪl yə/ noun, (sometimes used with a plural verb) 1. the annual festival in ancient Rome in which the lemures were exorcised from houses.
[lem-yuh-reez; Latin lem-oo-res] /ˈlɛm yəˌriz; Latin ˈlɛm ʊˌrɛs/ plural noun, Roman Religion. 1. the ghosts of the dead of a family, considered as troublesome unless exorcised or propitiated; larvae. /ˈlɛmjʊˌriːz/ plural noun 1. (Roman myth) the spirits of the dead
[lem-yuh-roid] /ˈlɛm yəˌrɔɪd/ adjective 1. lemurlike; of the lemur kind. noun 2. a lemur. /ˈlɛmjʊˌrɔɪd/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the superfamily Lemuroidea, which includes the lemurs and indrises 2. resembling or closely related to a lemur noun 3. an animal that resembles or is closely related to a lemur