elektra

[ih-lek-truh]
noun
  1. an electronic navigational system establishing approximate position through coincidence in amplitude of two radio signals.

Origin of elektra

special use of Greek ḗlektra, plural of ḗlektron. See electron

Elektra

[ih-lek-truh]
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  • No, I expect Elektra took after her mother: red-haired girl, I fancy.

    Love and Lucy

    Maurice Henry Hewlett

  • She might have surprised the composer—but New York is yet to hear Elektra as music-drama.

  • "Salome" and "Elektra" had at least a certain dignity, a certain bearing.

    Musical Portraits

    Paul Rosenfeld

  • To him Elektra expressed the regeneration of a race, the destruction of vice, ignorance, and poverty.

    Interpreters

    Carl Van Vechten

  • Elektra gave her her opportunity, and proved her one of the exceptional artists of the stage.

    Interpreters

    Carl Van Vechten