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From Latin labyrinthus, from Ancient Greek λαβύρινθος (labýrinthos) 'maze', from an Anatolian language (cf. Lydian labrys 'double-edged axe' and -inthos typical of Anatolian placenames).

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  • (UK) IPA: /ˈlæb.(ə)ɹ.ɪnθ/, /ˈlæb.ɪ.ɹɪnθ/
  • (US) IPA: /ˈlæb.ɚ.ɪnθ/

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Singular
Labyrinth

Plural
Labyrinths

Labyrinth (plural Labyrinths)
  1. maze, especially underground or covered
  2. part of the inner ear

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labyrinth

  1. To enclose in a labyrinth, or as though in a labyrinth.
  2. To arrange in the form of a labyrinth.

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