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Meanings of Lyddite:

noun

A high explosive containing picric acid, used chiefly by the british during the first world war.

Usage examples:

Picric acid or lyddite, used in the japanese explosive shimose, and tetryl were also highly sensiti…

Meanings of Lydia:

proper noun

An ancient region of western asia minor, south of mysia and north of caria. it became a powerful kingdom in the 7th century bc but in 546 its final king, croesus, was defeated by cyrus and it was absorbed into the persian empire. lydia was probably the first realm to use coined money.

Lydian

ˈlɪdɪən

Meanings of Lydian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the ancient region of lydia in western asia minor or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

A lydian girl who is an excellent weaver
noun

A native or inhabitant of the ancient region of lydia in western asia minor.

Usage examples:

They were conquered in the sixth century by lydians

Meanings of Lye:

noun

A strongly alkaline solution, especially of potassium hydroxide, used for washing or cleansing.

Usage examples:

Sodium hydroxide, naoh, also known as lye and caustic soda, is one of the most important of all ind…

Lyes

laɪ

Meanings of Lyes:

noun

A very alkaline substance, usually either sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, that is used to make soap and cleaning products, and also to preserve some types of food

Usage examples:

Lye was the main ingredient in homemade soap of the era., olives are often cured with lye to make t…

Meanings of Lying:

verb

Present participle of lie1.

adjective

Present participle of lie2.

Present participle of lie

Meanings of Lying-down:

phrasal verb

To move into a position in which your body is flat, usually in order to sleep or rest

Usage examples:

He lay down on the bed and tried to relax., i usually have a lie-down after lunch., she said she wa…

Meanings of Lying-in:

phrasal verb

To stay in bed later than usual in the morning

Usage examples:

It was a sunday, so she could lie in till almost lunch time., his skill lies in his ability to comm…

Meanings of Lyings:

verb

Present participle of lie1.

adjective

Not telling the truth.

Usage examples:

He's a lying, cheating, snake in the grass

Meanings of Lymph:

noun

A colourless fluid containing white blood cells, which bathes the tissues and drains through the lymphatic system into the bloodstream.

Usage examples:

This includes cell salts, fatty tissue, lymph, red and white blood cells, two glands of the endocri…
combining form

Variant spelling of lympho- shortened before a vowel, as in lymphangiography.

Lymphadenitis

ˌlɪmfadɪˈnʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Lymphadenitis:

noun

Inflammation of the lymph nodes.

Usage examples:

The case was diagnosed as visceral leishmaniasis with leishmania lymphadenitis and coexistent falci…

Meanings of Lymphadenopathy:

noun

A disease affecting the lymph nodes.

Usage examples:

There was no clubbing, cyanosis, edema, arthritis, lymphadenopathy, or rash.

Meanings of Lymphangiitis:

noun

Inflammation of the walls of the lymphatic vessels.

Usage examples:

If these signs occur in conjunction with lymphangitis, fever, malaise and anorexia, or if they incr…

Lymphangitis

ˌlɪmfanˈdʒʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Lymphangitis:

noun

Inflammation of the walls of the lymphatic vessels.

Usage examples:

If these signs occur in conjunction with lymphangitis, fever, malaise and anorexia, or if they incr…

Meanings of Lymphatic:

adjective

Relating to lymph or its secretion.

Usage examples:

Lymphatic vessels
noun

A vessel, similar to a vein, that conveys lymph in the body.

Usage examples:

The fluid is drained by the lymphatics and returned to the circulation

Lymphedema

lɪm.fəˈdiːmə

Meanings of Lymphedema:

noun

Localized swelling of the body caused by an abnormal accumulation of lymph.

Usage examples:

The patients had previously been diagnosed with upper or lower limb lymphoedema

Lymphoblast

ˈlɪmfə(ʊ)blast

Meanings of Lymphoblast:

noun

An abnormal cell resembling a large lymphocyte, produced in large numbers in a form of leukaemia.

Usage examples:

Large numbers of immature, abnormal lymphocytes called lymphoblasts are produced and released into …

Lymphocyte

ˈlɪmfə(ʊ)sʌɪt

Meanings of Lymphocyte:

noun

A form of small leucocyte (white blood cell) with a single round nucleus, occurring especially in the lymphatic system.

Usage examples:

We also knew that blood cells, actually lymphocytes, white cells in the blood, contained those rece…

Lymphocytes

ˈlim.fə.saɪt

Meanings of Lymphocytes:

noun

A form of small leucocyte (white blood cell) with a single round nucleus, occurring especially in the lymphatic system.

Usage examples:

We also knew that blood cells, actually lymphocytes, white cells in the blood, contained those rece…

Meanings of Lymphoedema:

noun

Localized swelling of the body caused by an abnormal accumulation of lymph.

Usage examples:

The patients had previously been diagnosed with upper or lower limb lymphoedema

Lymphoid

ˈlɪmfɔɪd

Meanings of Lymphoid:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the tissue responsible for producing lymphocytes and antibodies. this tissue occurs in the lymph nodes, thymus, tonsils, and spleen, and dispersed elsewhere in the body.

Usage examples:

Important in the management of hepatitis are those of the liver, thymus, spleen and other lymphoid …

Lymphoma

lɪmˈfəʊ.mə

Meanings of Lymphoma:

noun

Cancer of the lymph nodes.

Usage examples:

She fought a brave battle against lymphoma

Meanings of Lymphomas:

noun

Cancer of the lymph nodes.

Usage examples:

She fought a brave battle against lymphoma

Lymphomata

lɪmˈfəʊmə

Meanings of Lymphomata:

noun

Cancer of the lymph nodes.

Usage examples:

She fought a brave battle against lymphoma

Meanings of Lynch:

verb

(of a group of people) kill (someone) for an alleged offence without a legal trial, especially by hanging.

Usage examples:

Her father had been lynched for a crime he didn't commit

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