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The lowest leaves are not entire, but lyrate and pinnatified below to the mid-rib, with a terminal lobe.
The impalla is about the same size as the Grant's gazelle, but has horns of a lyrate shape.In Africa|John T. McCutcheon
Lyrate: lyre-shaped: cut into several transverse segments, and gradually enlarging towards the extremity.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
The black-cock is a still larger bird; the male with a wonderful metallic, steel-blue plumage, and lyrate tail.Birds in Flight|W. P. Pycraft
The horns are more or less lyrate, and generally developed in both sexes; there are frequently brushes of hair on the knees.