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Lemnos

[ lem-nos, -nohs; Greek leem-naws ]
/ ˈlɛm nɒs, -noʊs; Greek ˈlim nɔs /
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noun
a Greek island in the NE Aegean. 186 sq. mi. (480 sq. km). Capital: Myrina.
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Greek Lím·nos [leem-naws] /ˈlim nɔs/ .

OTHER WORDS FROM Lemnos

Lem·ni·an [lem-nee-uhn], /ˈlɛm ni ən/, adjective, noun
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Lemnos
/ (ˈlɛmnɒs) /

noun
a Greek island in the N Aegean Sea: famous for its medicinal earth (Lemnian seal). Chief town: Kastron. Pop: 18 104 (2001). Area: 477 sq km (184 sq miles)Modern Greek name: Límnos
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