Heroin: urging teens to stay away from Lady H (1960s+ Narcotics)
[ley-dee-in-wey-ting] /ˈleɪ di ɪnˈweɪ tɪŋ/ noun, plural ladies-in-waiting. 1. a lady who is in attendance upon a queen or princess. 2. Facetious. a woman who is pregnant: flattering fashions for the lady-in-waiting. noun (pl) ladies-in-waiting 1. a lady of a royal household who attends a queen or princess
[ley-dee-kin] /ˈleɪ di kɪn/ noun 1. (often used as a term of endearment) a little .
[ley-dee-kil-er] /ˈleɪ diˌkɪl ər/ noun, Informal. 1. a man who is irresistible to women or has the reputation for being so. noun 1. (informal) a man who is, or thinks he is, irresistibly fascinating to women noun A man who is irresistible to women or has the reputation for being so; ladies’ man (1811+)
[ley-dee-lahyk] /ˈleɪ diˌlaɪk/ adjective 1. like a . 2. befitting a : in a ladylike manner. /ˈleɪdɪˌlaɪk/ adjective 1. like or befitting a lady in manners and bearing; refined and fastidious 2. (derogatory) (of a man) effeminate adj. also lady-like, 1580s; see lady + like. Middle English had ladily “queenly, exalted” (late 14c.).