Definitions for LEOˈli oʊ; liˈoʊ nɪs
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(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Leo
a zodiacal constellation in northern hemisphere between Cancer and Virgo
Leo, Leo the Lion, Lion(noun)
the fifth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about July 23 to August 22
Someone with a Leo star sign
, borne by numerous saints and 13 popes.
: A constellation of the zodiac, shaped approximately like a lion and containing the bright star Regulus.
: The zodiac sign for the Lion, ruled by the Sun and covering July 23August 21.
Origin: From leo, from λέων
the Lion, the fifth sign of the zodiac, marked thus [/] in almanacs
a northern constellation east of Cancer, containing the bright star Regulus at the end of the handle of the Sickle
Origin: [L. See Lion.]
Leo is one of the constellations of the zodiac, lying between Cancer to the west and Virgo to the east. Its name is Latin for lion. Its symbol is . One of the 48 constellations described by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, Leo remains one of the 88 modern constellations today.
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the fifth sign of the zodiac, which the sun enters on July 22.
the name of six emperors of the East, of which the chief was Leo III., surnamed the Isaurian, born in Isauria; raised to the imperial throne by the army, defeated by sea and land the Saracens who threatened Constantinople; ruled peacefully for nine years, when he headed the iconoclast movement (q. v.), which provoked hostility and led to the revolt of Italy from the Greek empire; d. 741.
the names of 13 Popes: L. I., St., Pope from 410 to 461; L. II., St., Pope from 682 to 683; L. III., Pope from 795 to 816; L. IV., Pope from 847 to 855; L. V., Pope in 903; L. VI., Pope from 928 to 929; L. VII., Pope from 936 to 939; L. VIII., Pope from 963 to 965; L. IX., St., Pope from 1049 to 1054; L. X., Pope from 1513 to 1521; L. XI., Pope in 1605; L. XII., Pope from 1823 to 1829; L. XIII., Pope since 1878. Of these only the following deserve mention:—
EOL, OEL, ole, olé, OLE
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Nothing is so necessary for a young man as the company of intelligent women.” ― Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
I took off my belt, and I applied it on my thigh as tight as I possibly could, leo was crying and screaming uncontrollably. He was saying, `Mommy, Daddy, Mommy, Daddy, Mommy, Daddy, Mommy, Daddy, Mommy, Daddy.
It's a one-man board until Leo Quinn gets some new colleagues, he is arriving at a business where the chairman and finance director are leaving, two non-executive directors have gone and the suspicion has to be that the other non-executive directors want to go.
I do think it probably will be, I think you can sort of feel it. And I think that everyone wants it for him and it would be amazing, but it's also slightly difficult for me too because Michael Fassbender has been nominated ... and I think his performance is so extraordinary. But ... I think you can sort of feel the temperature, it's probably going to be Leo's year.
It's a sign of weakness when you make fun of the disabled, what kind of man would do that? You do not want that man as president of the United States, I can promise you that. ... it's a sign of real weakness when you call John McCain or Leo Thorsness or anybody else that is a POW, who served this country in a way that should be admired, American heroes. Calling them losers? Donald Trump, you're the loser!
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