[la rawsh-foo-koh] /la rɔʃ fuˈkoʊ/
[frahn-swa] /frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), 6th Duc de, 1613–80, French moralist and composer of epigrams and maxims.
/French la rɔʃfuko/
François (frɑ̃swa), Duc de La Rochefoucauld. 1613–80, French writer. His best-known work is Réflexions ou sentences et maximes morales (1665), a collection of epigrammatic and cynical observations on human nature
[la raw-shel] /la rɔˈʃɛl/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Charente Maritime, in W France; besieged while a Huguenot stronghold 1627–29. [French raw-shel for 1; roh-shel, ruh- for 2] /French rɔˈʃɛl for 1; roʊˈʃɛl, rə- for 2/ noun 1. La. . 2. a female given name: from a French word meaning “small […]
- Laron type dwarfism
Laron type dwarfism La·ron type dwarfism (lä-rŏn’) n. Dwarfism in which somatomedin is absent and somatotropin plasma levels are high.
[luh-roosh] /ləˈruʃ/ noun 1. Lyndon H., Jr. born 1922, U.S. economist and politician.
[la-roos; English luh-roos] /laˈrus; English ləˈrus/ noun 1. Pierre Athanase [pyer a-ta-nahz] /pyɛr a taˈnɑz/ (Show IPA), 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist. /French larus/ noun 1. Pierre Athanase (pjɛr atanɑz). 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist. He edited and helped to compile the Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIX siècle (1866–76)