noun lig·ure \ˈli-ˌgyr, -gyər\

Definition of LIGURE

:  a traditional precious stone that is probably the jacinth

Origin of LIGURE

Middle English lygire, from Late Latin ligurius, from Greek ligyrion
First Known Use: 13th century


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