Ligure
Ligure Lig"ure (l[i^]g"[-u]r; 277), n. [L. ligurius, Gr. ligy`rion, liggoy`rion, ligkoy`rion, lygkoy`rion, equiv. to Heb. leshem.] A kind of precious stone. [1913 Webster]

The third row a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst. --Ex. xxviii. 19. [1913 Webster]


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  • ligure — [ ligyr ] adj. et n. • 1831; lat. Ligur, Liguris ♦ Relatif à l ancien peuple établi sur la côte méditerranéenne et l arrière pays (sud est de la Gaule; nord ouest de l Italie), vers le VIe s. av. J. C. N. Les Ligures. N. m. Le ligure : langue… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ligure — may refer to:*The Ligurian language.*In the Biblical book of Exodus, a stone in the third row of the High Priest s Breastplate …   Wikipedia

  • lígure — adj. 2 g. 1. Relativo à Ligúria. • s. 2 g. 2. Natural da Ligúria. • lígures s. m. pl. 3. Antigos habitantes da Ligúria …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • ligure — lìgure ž pl. tantum <G ūrā> DEFINICIJA niske saonice punih strana, potkovane tračnicom pravokutna presjeka, izrađuju ih kovači [sanjkati se (na) ligurama] …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • ligure — [lig′yoor] n. [LL(Ec) ligurius < Gr(Ec) ligyrion] Bible one of the twelve precious stones in the breastplate of the Jewish high priest, thought to be yellow jacinth: Ex. 28:19 …   English World dictionary

  • Ligure — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ligure (homonymie). ligure ligure Parlée en  Italie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ligure — lì·gu·re agg., s.m. e f. 1. agg. AD della Liguria: riviera ligure | agg., s.m. e f., nativo o abitante della Liguria 2. s.m. TS ling. dialetto parlato ancor oggi in Liguria e in alcune zone della Sardegna e della Corsica 3. agg. CO spec. con iniz …   Dizionario italiano

  • ligure — ˈliˌgyu̇(ə)r noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin ligurius, from Greek ligyrion : a precious stone that is prob. the jacinth the third row a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst Exod 28:19 (Authorized Version) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ligure — noun Etymology: Middle English lygire, from Late Latin ligurius, from Greek ligyrion Date: 13th century a traditional precious stone that is probably the jacinth …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ligure — /lig yoor/, n. a precious stone, probably the jacinth. Ex. 28:19. [1275 1325; ME ligury < LL ligurius < LGk ligýrion a kind of precious stone] * * * …   Universalium

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