[lil-ith] /ˈlɪl ɪθ/
Semitic Mythology. a female demon dwelling in deserted places and attacking children.
Jewish Folklore. Adam’s first wife, before Eve was created.
(in the Old Testament and in Jewish folklore) a female demon, who attacks children
(in Talmudic literature) Adam’s first wife
a witch notorious in medieval demonology
female evil spirit, in medieval Hebrew folklore the first wife of Adam, from Hebrew Lilith, from Akkad. Lilitu, which is connected by folk etymology with Hebrew laylah “night.”
The workstation for which Modula-2 was developed as the system language.
[lee-lee-oo-oh-kah-lah-nee] /liˌli u oʊ kɑˈlɑ ni/ noun 1. Lydia Kamekeha [kah-me-ke-hah] /ˌkɑ mɛˈkɛ hɑ/ (Show IPA), 1838–1917, last queen of the Hawaiian Islands 1891–93. /liːˌliːʊəʊkɑːˈlɑːniː/ noun 1. Lydia Kamekeha (ˌkɑːmeɪˈkeɪhɑː). 1838–1917, queen and last sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands (1891–95)
[leel] /lil/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Nord, in N France. [nawr] /nɔr/ noun 1. a department in N France. 2229 sq. mi. (5770 sq. km). Capital: Lille. /French lil/ noun 1. an industrial city in N France: the medieval capital of Flanders; forms with Roubaix and Tourcoing one of the […]
/ˈlɪlɪ/ noun 1. Dennis (Keith). born 1949, Australian cricketer; a fast bowler, he took 355 wickets in 70 test matches (1971–84)
- Lilliac iv
computer A supercomputer designed in the late 1960s at the University of Illinois which had 64 separate CPUs all supervised by a common control unit and all capable of operating simultaneously. (1996-11-25)