Lydia definition

  • others:
    • a historical nation of west-central Asia Minor regarding Aegean Sea in present-day northwest chicken. Noted for the wide range and magnificence of its money, Sardis, it might probably have-been the earliest kingdom to use minted coins (seventh century B.C.).
  • proper-noun:
    • A historic region of SW Asia Minor/Persia.
    • a female converted by Paul; presumably called for ancestry or residence in Lydia.
    • women provided name of Greek or biblical source, indicating "beautiful, noble one" or "woman from Lydia/Persia (see above)".
  • noun:
    • an old area regarding shore of western Asia Minor; a strong kingdom until conquered because of the Persians in 546 BC

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