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How to Pronounce liad?

Correct pronunciation for the word "liad" is [lˈa͡ɪəd], [lˈa‍ɪəd], [l_ˈaɪ_ə_d].

What are the misspellings for liad?

  • leade,
  • leid,
  • lyad,
  • laid,
  • kiad,
  • oiad,
  • ljad,
  • l8ad,
  • lizd,
  • liqd,
  • lkiad,
  • lpiad,
  • luiad,
  • liuad,
  • ljiad,
  • lijad,
  • l9iad,
  • li9ad,
  • l8iad,
  • li8ad

"Liad" in context

Liad is an ancient civilisation located in the Middle East, believed to have been founded as far back as 2500 BC. It was a prominent city state, renowned for its great wealth and rich cultural heritage. The culture of Liad was highly sophisticated and complex, with a rich system of government, economy and social structures. They were known to trade heavily with surrounding nations, bringing in luxurious goods and raw materials. Liad had a powerful and rich militaristic society, with renowned warriors who were feared and respected. They were renowned for fortifying their cities with thick walls and impressive defensive mechanisms.

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Usage over time for liad:

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