Definition of Lydian in English:

Lydian

Syllabification: Lyd·i·an
Pronunciation: /ˈlidēən
 
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noun

2The Anatolian language of the Lydians, of which some inscriptions and other texts have survived in a version of the Greek alphabet.
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  • The simple songs and chants would be based not only on major and minor tonalities, but also on Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian and Locrian.

adjective

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Of or relating to the Lydians or their language.
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  • There is clear evidence of a double standard in Schaps' consideration of the Lydian evidence.
  • She is a Lydian girl who is an excellent weaver.
  • And no mistake; Croesus had indeed enjoyed a delicious lunch of lam and turtle meat, a Lydian delicacy, four days back.

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