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Lyra

noun Ly·ra \ˈlī-rə\

Definition of LYRA

:  a northern constellation representing the lyre of Orpheus or Mercury and containing Vega

Origin of LYRA

Latin (genitive Lyrae), literally, lyre
First Known Use: 1551

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