The Collaborative International Dictionary
n. (context astronomy English) (abbreviation of lightyear English)
Ly may refer to:
''' Lý ''' is a Vietnamese surname derived from the Chinese surname Li 李.
Usage examples of "ly".
Leaving the shelter of the magical gardens for the first time Lyim Flewelling since his arrival in the city, Alec was pleased to feel the cold, sweet winter breeze against his face again.
He indicated a narrow door barely visible between a wardrobe and a stack of boxes, watching with amusement as Alec explored the wonder of an lyim Flewelling indoor privy.
Lyim Flewelling II Seregil stole a quick glance at Alec, sensing more than casual curiosity.
A squall came up, and only the favor of Saint Lier brought us to a small island none of us knew, somewhere near the Sorrows.
We made land in a longboat and gave offering to Saint Lier and Saint Vri-ente, then sent out parties to search for habitants.
Great Britain, after all the treaties she had made, and the numberless subsidies she had granted, should not have an ally left, except one prince, so embarrassed in his own affairs, that he could grant lier no succour, whatever assistance he might demand.
As soon as they were moved to measure lier, lier parents would know the horrid truth.
Eloni is looking at me with dark pools of eyes and what could be a hopeful smile on lier face.
In the office of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Atlanta, a Spelman College student named Ruby Doris Smith, who had been jailed during the sit-ins, expressed lier anger at the way women were relegated to the routine office work, and she was joined in her protest by two white women in SNCC, Sandra Hayden and Mary King.
L E G E N D iDe it was because the sight of his broad, muscular back inade lier hands tremble, but she started talking about her world.
Last Christmas, Jane had given lier a red blouse, and years before that she had given her some earrings.
I was informed this would most likely be the case when I was hospitalized ear- lier this year.
As he finished, he heard a familiar light tread coming up the stairs and turned to see Lys, with her lute in its leather case slung over her shoulder.
A couple of boys-for so Lys appeared at a casual glance-might be ripe victims for robbery, kidnapping, or worse, but a wizard was something else.
Just the same, Randal scanned the room warily as he and Lys made their way through the close- packed tables to where the landlord stood filling tankards from an open keg.