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Hic articulus tantum de Lyra "astronomica" erat. Addidi sensum generalem et symbolicum, quo mihi utile necessariumque apparuit. Sed nexus ad articulos in linguas vulgares tantum de lyra astronomica sunt. Necesse est fortasse duos articulos separatos creare. Nescio. --Y.E. Clément 15:54 sep 19, 2005 (UTC)

Problema cito solutum, secundum analogiam articuli "Cygnus".--Y.E. Clément 17:12 sep 19, 2005 (UTC)

Other Meanings[fontem recensere]

Friends, I apologize for writing in English instead of Latin. A "lyre" can also mean a set/collection/anthology of pieces of music or of poems. Is that not correct? (I have, for instance, an old moldy book from the mid 1800s called "Lyra Catholica." The music itself is pretty moldy as well; however, it is in any case a collection of church music.) LionhardusCiampa 12:51, 16 Maii 2011 (UTC)

I think "lyra" makes a nice book title, but the word doesn't really mean "collection of poems". Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 13:22, 16 Maii 2011 (UTC)
It's not defined in Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary as anything other than a musical instrument (Lyra), with a synonymical nod toward Lyra (constellatio). IacobusAmor 13:26, 16 Maii 2011 (UTC)

Nomen alterum[fontem recensere]

Estne fides, fidium sive fides, fidis nomen alterum pro lyra ipsa? Commentationem pristinam non subscriptam Wikienciclopedista scripsit (Wikienciclopedista conlationes) 20:35, 24 Iulii 2014 (UTC)‎.

Sane est! Lesgles (disputatio) 18:53, 25 Iulii 2014 (UTC)