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lemon thyme
noun Date: 1629 a thyme (Thymus citriodorus) having lemon-scented leaves used as a seasoning; also its leaves
lemon yellow
noun Date: 1807 a brilliant greenish yellow color
lemonade
noun Date: 1604 a beverage of sweetened lemon juice mixed with water
lemongrass
noun Date: 1801 a grass (Cymbopogon citratus) of robust habit native to southern India and Ceylon that is grown in tropical regions for its lemon-scented foliage used as a ...
lemony
adjective Date: 1859 resembling or suggestive of a lemon (as in flavor or color)
lempira
noun Etymology: American Spanish, from Lempira, 16th century Honduran Indian cacique Date: 1931 — see money table
lemur
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Latin lemures, plural, ghosts Date: 1795 any of various arboreal chiefly nocturnal prosimian primates (superfamily Lemuroidea) that were ...
lemures
noun plural Etymology: Latin Date: 1555 spirits of the unburied dead exorcised from homes in early Roman religious rites
Lena
geographical name river about 2700 miles (4345 kilometers) E Russia in Asia flowing from mountains W of Lake Baikal NE & N into Laptev Sea through wide delta
Lenape
noun (plural Lenape or Lenapes) Etymology: Delaware (Unami dialects) ləná•pe• Date: 1728 Delaware 1
Lenard
biographical name Philipp 1862-1947 German physicist
Lenclos
biographical name Anne de 1620-1705 Ninon de Lenclos French courtesan
lend
verb (lent; lending) Etymology: Middle English lenen, lenden, from Old English lǣnan, from lǣn loan — more at loan Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. ...
lend-lease
noun Etymology: U.S. Lend-Lease Act (1941) Date: 1941 the transfer of goods and services to an ally to aid in a common cause with payment made by a return of the original ...
lendable
adjective see lend
lender
noun see lend
lending library
noun Date: 1708 a library from which materials are lent; especially rental library
Lenexa
geographical name city E Kansas SW of Kansas City population 40,238
length
noun (plural lengths) Etymology: Middle English lengthe, from Old English lengthu, from lang long Date: before 12th century 1. a. the longer or longest dimension of an ...
lengthen
verb (lengthened; lengthening) Date: 14th century transitive verb to make longer intransitive verb to grow longer Synonyms: see extend • lengthener noun
lengthener
noun see lengthen
lengthily
adverb see lengthy
lengthiness
noun see lengthy
lengthways
adverb Date: 1599 lengthwise
lengthwise
adverb Date: circa 1580 in the direction of the length ; longitudinally • lengthwise adjective
lengthy
adjective (lengthier; -est) Date: 1689 1. protracted excessively ; overlong 2. extended, long • lengthily adverb • lengthiness noun
Leni-Lenape
noun see Lenni-Lenape
lenience
noun Date: 1796 leniency
leniency
noun (plural -cies) Date: 1753 1. the quality or state of being lenient 2. a lenient disposition or practice Synonyms: see mercy

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