Hay 2 definiciones de leonine en inglés:

leonine1

Silabificación: le·o·nine
Pronunciación: /ˈlēəˌnīn
 
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adjetivo

Of or resembling a lion or lions: a handsome, leonine profile
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Robert Graves, leonine, ascended grandly and delivered hilarious impromptu remarks before declaiming a poem.
  • Both the horse and the hawk are unruly, the latter swirling its head around instead of waiting in obedient stillness, and the dogs have curiously rounded leonine heads.
  • Does that mean he's supposed to be more edgy than his smiling, soft leonine friend?

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin leoninus, from leo, leon- 'lion'.

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Pronunciación: ˈsiːtəʊs
adjective
bearing bristles or setae; bristly

Hay 2 definiciones de leonine en inglés:

Leonine2

Silabificación: Le·o·nine
Pronunciación: /ˈlēəˌnīn
 
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adjetivo

1Of or relating to one of the popes named Leo, especially Leo IV and the part of Rome that he fortified.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Leonine revival of Thomism stressed the primacy of divine over natural law and gave the clerical reconquest of Christian civilization a philosophical rationale.
  • The Leonine revival featured not only the harnessing of Thomas' thought to confront modernism, but as a necessary preparation, the modern editing of his sizeable corpus.
2 Prosody (Of medieval Latin verse) in hexameter or elegiac meter with internal rhyme.
2.1(Of English verse) with internal rhyme.

sustantivo

(Leonines) Prosody Volver al principio  
Leonine verse.

Origen

late Middle English: from the name Leo, from Latin leo 'lion'. (sense 2) of the adjective) may be from the name of a medieval poet, but his identity is not known.

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