|1.||connected with one of the popes called Leo|
|2.||Leonine City a district of Rome on the right bank of the Tiber fortified by Pope Leo IV|
|3.||of or relating to certain prayers in the Mass prescribed by Pope Leo XIII|
|4.||Also called: Leonine verse|
|a. a type of medieval hexameter or elegiac verse having internal rhyme|
|b. a type of English verse with internal rhyme|
leonine le·o·nine (lē'ə-nīn)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lion.