a river in W Europe, in N France and W Belgium, flowing NE into the Scheldt River at Ghent. 120 miles (195 km) long.
a combining form meaning “lysis,” “decomposition,” used in the formation of compound words:
a variant of lyso-
Variant of lyso-.
[lahy-san-der] /laɪˈsæn dər/ noun 1. died 395 b.c, Spartan naval commander and statesman. /laɪˈsændə/ noun 1. died 395 bc, Spartan naval commander of the Peloponnesian War masc. proper name, from Greek Lysandros, literally “releasing men,” from comb. form of lyein “to release” (see lose) + -andros “man” (see anthropo-).
[li-san-druh, lahy-] /lɪˈsæn drə, laɪ-/ noun 1. a female given name.
tetrarch of Abilene (Luke 3:1), on the eastern slope of Anti-Lebanon, near the city of Damascus.
[lahy-seyt] /ˈlaɪ seɪt/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. the mixture of substances formed by the of cells. lysate ly·sate (lī’sāt’) n. The cellular debris and fluid produced by lysis.