[loo-is or for 2, loo-ee] /ˈlu ɪs or for 2, ˈlu i/
Joe (Joseph Louis Barrow) 1914–81, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion 1937–49.
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “loud battle.”.
/ˈluːɪ; French lwi/
noun (pl) louis (ˈluːɪz; French) (lwi)
short for louis d’or
Joe, real name Joseph Louis Barrow, nicknamed the Brown Bomber. 1914–81, US boxer; world heavyweight champion (1937–49)
masc. proper name, from French Louis, from Old French Loois, probably via Medieval Latin Ludovicus, a Latinization of Old High German Hluodowig, literally “famous in war” (cf. Clovis; for etymology, see Ludwig). Louis Quatorze (1855) refers to styles reminiscent of the time of King Louis XIV of France (1643-1715).
- Joe lunch bucket
modifier : Royko’s Joe Lunch-bucket persona may lie at the heart of his appeal noun phrase The ordinary or typical working man: Three years ago the Packers got Jim Thorpe in the draft, and now they get Joe Lunch Bucket (1990s+)
[yaw-en-soo] /ˈyɔ ɛnˌsu/ noun 1. a city in SE Finland.
- Joe pass
[pas] /pæs/ noun 1. Joe (Joseph Anthony Jacobi Passalaqua) 1929–94, U.S. jazz guitarist. /pɑːs/ verb 1. to go onwards or move by or past (a person, thing, etc) 2. to run, extend, or lead through, over, or across (a place): the route passes through the city 3. to go through or cause to go through […]
- Joe public
noun 1. (slang) the general public noun the general public Examples Joe Public does not buy Bush’s apologetics. Word Origin 1942 Usage Note slang noun The general public: Joe Public first was theatrical slang (1942+)