noun, plural li·dias [lid-ee-uh z; Spanish lee-th yahs] /ˈlɪd i əz; Spanish ˈli ðyɑs/.
Origin of lidia
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Contemporary Examples of lidia
Italian-American Lasagna by Lidia Bastianich A dense meat sauce makes this lasagna the poster child for hearty lasagnas.5 Recipes for the Perfect Lasagna
February 24, 2010
Lidia Bastianich Lidia Bastianich is a cookbook author, restaurateur, and one of the best-loved chefs on television.
She is the chef/owner of New York restaurants Felidia, Becco, Esca, and Del Posto, and Lidia's in Kansas City and Pittsburgh.
Historical Examples of lidia
Lidia, or as they called her Lida, talked more to Byelokurov than to me.The Darling and Other Stories
Margaret and Lidia are out all the time and continually wetting both feet and all over.William Clayton's Journal
Rumours have reached me that Lidia Stahievna is going to be married par depit.Letters of Anton Chekhov
I come not to be thank'd, sir, for the speedy Performance of my promise touching Lidia: It is effected.The Plays of Philip Massinger
From that I understood that, like Lidia Ivanovna's husband, the former artillery officer was an exile.Our Little Cossack Cousin
F. A. Postnikov