Common misspellings for lion:
lione, ioen, lian, lionne, viion, looing, lin, licqor, look'n, layon, loong, leagon, lional, liveon, loone, licor, livin, leign, leong, neion, laing, vilion, lalwn, zion, liguor, lision, liulin, linic, leison, clien, lioak, pilon, ligned, lation, liaing, liine, lifan, lithonia, plian, sion, leigon, lodon, lowton, leson, locaion, sioon, liasion, serlion, likw, lior, biliion, pilion, lturn, linol, milion, lisson, lisiaon, liqor, laision, leigion, lfow, leasion, sirlion, loney, lsson, wilon, luing, loing, ligne, mllion, liden, litan, leazon, jion, libne, ledgion, illion, lazona, licen, lieing, liceen, leiason, lline, liuk, joion, liten, lisin, rion, loition, leurn, giogn, lineof, lnown, lisen, laon, piona, liason, tione, leoana, limone, miilion, 3milion, linua, leonie, linroa, linner, bloon, cilln, llok, lon, lbor, linik, licour, linn, liency, lijne, milon, linnk, legeion, zilion, liink, oion, leing, likein, liong, lio, uion, licon, liesion, sssion, lieason, looney, leon, lionk, cion, nior, laogn, longh, tiyn, lifein, allon, ligin, lieng, lloan, soulion, luern, lgoin, celion, laron, linew, loign, alion, livn, lyyn, lisney, liein, lilne, liseon, wlson, lisern, likan, violon, lydon, lookn, rellion, lison, loino, leiing, loonie, bliion, limon, lisean, diluion, bilion, nign, lirn, loton, lionol, lookin, liecne, lodoun, limion, lliason, lign, loawn, lsoon, lagon, linie, loano, lwhen, tion, leoni, luod, lloing, lanor, bllion, linbe, linon, lvoe, vilon, lion, miliion, lonon, llong, lurne, alloun, li9ne, logion, dion, livona, ligionier, relion, liyng, loine, linai, leion, nion, ligion, lenon, luton, lunor, likn, liing, likean, violyn, lyon, linve, lusihn, leisson, reliogn, hilon, lknow, loink, lyiing, likin, lling, lagone, lamon, logni, violion, liazon, legon, ligney, lseion, biilion, bulion, lationo, ion, liyin, liiason, lioe, line1, liune, linum, lisoaner, loca5ion, lgoan, liook, llor, liot, luicen, milioion, niow, pion, selion, violn, liomys irroratu s, ljon, lkon, loon, l9on, l8on, lipn, li0n, lioj, lioh, lkion, plion, lpion, loion, luion, liuon, ljion, likon, l9ion, li9on, l8ion, li8on, lioin, liokn, lilon, lioln, lipon, liopn, li0on, lio0n, lio9n, liobn, lionb, lionm, liojn, lionj, liohn, lionh, llion, lionn, mion, lhon, layeon, leyeon, l ion, li on, lio n.
Definition of lion:
- " The most powerful, daring and impressive of all carnivorous animals, the most magnificent in aspect and awful in voice." At present lions do not exist in Palestine; but they must in ancient times have been numerous. The lion of Palestine was in all probability the Asiatic variety, described by Aristotle and Pliny as distinguished by its short and curly mane, and by being shorter and rounder in shape, like the sculptured lion found at Arban. It was less daring than the longer named species, but when driven by hunger it not only ventured to attack the flocks in the desert in presence of the shepherd, ( 1 Samuel 17:34 ; Isaiah 31:4 ) but laid waste towns and villages, ( 2 Kings 17:25 2 Kings 17:26 ; Proverbs 22:13 ; 26:13 ) and devoured men. ( 1 Kings 13:24 ; 20:36 ) Among the Hebrews, and throughout the Old Testament, the lion was the achievement of the princely tribe of Judah, while in the closing book of the canon it received a deeper significance as the emblem of him who " prevailed to open the book and loose the seven seals thereof." ( Revelation 5:5 ) On the other hand its fierceness and cruelty rendered it an appropriate metaphor for a fierce and malignant enemy. ( Psalms 7:2 ; 22:21 ; 57:4 ; 2 Timothy 4:17 ) and hence for the arch-fiend himself. ( 1 Peter 5:8 )
- a celebrity who is lionized ( much sought after)
- A large carnivorous feline mammal ( Felis leo), found in Southern Asia and in most parts of Africa, distinct varieties occurring in the different countries. The adult male, in most varieties, has a thick mane of long shaggy hair that adds to his apparent size, which is less than that of the largest tigers. The length, however, is sometimes eleven feet to the base of the tail. The color is a tawny yellow or yellowish brown; the mane is darker, and the terminal tuft of the tail is black. In one variety, called the maneless lion, the male has only a slight mane.
- A sign and a constellation; Leo.
- An object of interest and curiosity, especially a person who is so regarded; as, he was quite a lion in London at that time.
- Large chiefly nocturnal mammals of the cat family Felidae, species Panthera leo. They are found in Africa and southern Asia.
- A large powerful flesh- eating mammal of the cat family, found in tropical deserts; a person who possesses great courage; one who is noted and is sought by society.
- A large and fierce quadruped, remarkable for its roar: ( astr.) Leo, a sign of the zodiac: any object of interest:- fem. LIONESS.
- A fierce quadruped, the largest of the cat kind, sign of the zodiac.
- A large yellowish brown carnivorous mammal, of the cat family, of Africa and Asia; figuratively, a celebrity.
- A quadruped of the genus felis, very strong, fierce, and rapacious, and remarkable for its roar; Leo, a sign in the zodiac; an object of interest and curiosity; a symbol of power, courage, and virtue as triumphant, therefore of the Resurrection. Lion's share, the whole or an undue share.
- A very strong and fierce beast of prey; a sign of the zodiac.