[lee-uh n-tahy-uh-sis] /ˌli ənˈtaɪ ə sɪs/
a lionlike facial distortion.
Also called leontiasis ossea
[os-ee-uh] /ˈɒs i ə/ (Show IPA). an overgrowth of the cranial and facial bones resulting in a lionlike appearance.
leontiasis le·on·ti·a·sis (lē’ən-tī’ə-sĭs)
The ridges and furrows on the forehead and cheeks of patients who have advanced lepromatous leprosy, giving a leonine appearance. Also called leonine facies.
[lep-er-dis] /ˈlɛp ər dɪs/ noun 1. a female .
noun 1. a common North American green frog, Rana pipiens, having white-edged, dark oval spots on its back. 2. any of several similar North American frogs.
[lee-uh-pahr-dee, ley-; Italian le-aw-pahr-dee] /ˌli əˈpɑr di, ˌleɪ-; Italian ˌlɛ ɔˈpɑr di/ noun 1. Count Giacomo [jah-kuh-moh;; Italian jah-kaw-maw] /ˈdʒɑ kəˌmoʊ;; Italian ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ/ (Show IPA), 1798–1837, Italian poet. /Italian leoˈpardi/ noun 1. Count Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). 1798–1837, Italian poet and philosopher, noted esp for his lyrics, collected in I Canti (1831)
noun 1. a tall lily, Lilium pardalinum, of California, having drooping, orange-red flowers with purple speckles, a yellow base, and recurved petal tips. noun 1. a North American lily plant, Lilium pardalinum, cultivated for its large orange-red flowers, with brown-spotted petals and long stamens
noun 1. any long-tailed lizard of the genus Gambelia, of the western U.S. and northern Mexico, having the body marked with spots and bars of dark or light brown or black.