Lȳdē, ēs, f.
, = Λύδη, the wife of the poet Antimachus of Claros, who attempted to console himself for her death by an elegiac poem which he named Lyde: Clario Lyde dilecta poetae, Ov. Tr. 1, 6, 1.
— The name of a female quack-doctor: turgida condīta pyxide Lyde, Juv. 2, 141.