Lope de Vega
[ loh-pey duh vey-guh; Spanish law-pe th e ve-gah ]
/ ˈloʊ peɪ də ˈveɪ gə; Spanish ˈlɔ pɛ ðɛ ˈvɛ gɑ /
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Definition for lope de vega (2 of 3)
[ vey-guh; Spanish be-gah ]
/ ˈveɪ gə; Spanish ˈbɛ gɑ /
Lo·pe de [law-pe th e] /ˈlɔ pɛ ðɛ/, Lope Félix de Vega Carpio, 1562–1635, Spanish dramatist and poet.
Definition for lope de vega (3 of 3)
[ duh vey-guh; Spanish de be-gah ]
/ də ˈveɪ gə; Spanish dɛ ˈbɛ gɑ /
Lo·pe [loh-pey, -pee; Spanish law-pe] /ˈloʊ peɪ, -pi; Spanish ˈlɔ pɛ/, Lope Félix de Vega Carpio, 1562–1635, Spanish dramatist and poet.
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British Dictionary definitions for lope de vega (1 of 3)
Lope de Vega
/ (Spanish ˈlope ðe ˈβeɣa) /
full name Lope Felix de Vega Carpio. 1562–1635, Spanish dramatist, novelist, and poet. He established the classic form of Spanish drama and was a major influence on European, esp French, literature. Some 500 of his 1800 plays are extant
British Dictionary definitions for lope de vega (2 of 3)
/ (ˈviːɡə) /
the brightest star in the constellation Lyra and one of the most conspicuous in the N hemisphere. It is part of an optical double star having a faint companion. Distance: 25.3 light years; spectral type: A0V
Word Origin for Vega
C17: from Medieval Latin, from Arabic (al nasr) al wāqi, literally: the falling (vulture), that is, the constellation Lyra
British Dictionary definitions for lope de vega (3 of 3)
/ (ˈveɪɡə, Spanish ˈbeɣa) /
See Lope de Vega
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Science definitions for lope de vega
[ vē′gə, vā′gə ]
A star in the constellation Lyra and one of the five brightest stars in the night sky. It is a white main-sequence star in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, with an apparent magnitude of 0.04. Vega, along with Altair and Deneb, form the Summer Triangle asterism. Scientific name: Alpha Lyra.
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