[luh-dee-noh; Spanish lah-th ee-naw] /ləˈdi noʊ; Spanish lɑˈði nɔ/
noun, plural Ladinos
[luh-dee-nohz; Spanish lah-th ee-naws] /ləˈdi noʊz; Spanish lɑˈði nɔs/ (Show IPA), for 2, 3.
Also called Judeo-Spanish, Judezmo. a Romance language of Sephardic Jews, based on Old Spanish and written in the Hebrew script.
(in Spanish America) a mestizo.
(lowercase) Southwestern U.S. a wild, unmanageable, or vicious horse or other ranch animal.
noun (pl) -nos
an Italian variety of white clover grown as a forage crop in North America
a language of Sephardic Jews, based on Spanish with some Hebrew elements and usually written in Hebrew characters Also called Judaeo-Spanish, Judezmo
1889, Spanish mixed with Hebrew, Arabic, and other elements, written in Hebrew characters, spoken by Sephardim in Turkey, Greece, etc. From Spanish Ladino “sagacious, cunning crafty,” originally “knowing Latin, Latin,” from Latin Latinus. The Spanish word also has appeared in 19c. American English in its senses “vicious horse” and, in Central America, “mestizo, white person.”
noun 1. a giant variety of white clover, Trifolium repens lodigense, used for pasture and hay.
[lad-is-laws] /ˈlæd ɪsˌlɔs/ noun 1. Saint, c1040–95, king of Hungary 1077–95.
- Ladislaus i
/ˈlædɪsˌlɔːs/ noun 1. Saint. 1040–95, king of Hungary (1077–95). He extended his country’s boundaries and suppressed paganism. Feast day: June 27
[leyd-l] /ˈleɪd l/ noun 1. a long-handled utensil with a cup-shaped bowl for dipping or conveying liquids. 2. Metallurgy. a bucketlike, refractory-lined container for transferring molten metal. verb (used with object), ladled, ladling. 3. to dip or convey with or as if with a ladle: to ladle soup into bowls. /ˈleɪdəl/ noun 1. a long-handled […]