Definition of Lesbos in English:

Lesbos

Syllabification: Les·bos
Pronunciation: /ˈlezˌbäs, ˈlezbəs
 
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A Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea, off the coast of northwestern Turkey. Its artistic golden age of the late 7th and early 6th centuries bc produced the poets Alcaeus and Sappho. Greek name Lésvos.

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