[loo-moo m-buh] /lʊˈmʊm bə/
[puh-trees em-er-zhee] /pəˈtris ˌɛm ɛrˈʒi/ (Show IPA), 1925–61, African political leader: premier of the Democratic Republic of the Congo 1960–61.
Patrice (pəˈtriːs). 1925–61, Congolese statesman; first prime minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo (1960); assassinated
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[loo-nuh] /ˈlu nə/ noun 1. the ancient Roman goddess personifying the moon, sometimes identified with Diana. 2. (in alchemy) silver. 3. (lowercase). Also, lunette. Ecclesiastical. the crescent-shaped receptacle within the monstrance, for holding the consecrated Host in an upright position. /ˈluːnə/ noun 1. the alchemical name for silver 2. the Roman goddess of the moon […]
[loo-nuh-see] /ˈlu nə si/ noun, plural lunacies. 1. insanity; mental disorder. 2. intermittent insanity, formerly believed to be related to phases of the moon. 3. extreme foolishness or an instance of it: Her decision to resign was sheer lunacy. 4. unsoundness of mind sufficient to incapacitate one for civil transactions: a former legal term. /ˈluːnəsɪ/ […]
noun 1. a large, pale-green, American moth, Actias luna, having purple-brown markings, lunate spots, and long tails. noun 1. a large American saturniid moth, Tropaea (or Actias) luna, having light green wings with a yellow crescent-shaped marking on each forewing