[lah-gohs, ley-gos] /ˈlɑ goʊs, ˈleɪ gɒs/
a seaport in SW Nigeria: former capital.
the former capital and chief port of Nigeria, on the Bight of Benin: first settled in the sixteenth century; a slave market until the nineteenth century; ceded to Britain (1861); university (1962). Pop: 11 135 000 (2005 est)
a state of SW Nigeria. Capital: Ikeja. Pop: 9 013 534 (2006). Area: 3345 sq km (1292 sq miles)
Lagos [(lah-gohs, lay-gos)]
Capital of Nigeria and largest city in the country, located in the southwest corner of Nigeria on the Gulf of Guinea, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean; Nigeria’s economic center and chief port.
[luh grand] /lə ˈgrænd/ noun 1. a town in NE Oregon.
[luh-greynj; French la-grahnzh] /ləˈgreɪndʒ; French laˈgrɑ̃ʒ/ noun 1. Joseph Louis [zhaw-zef lwee] /ʒɔˈzɛf lwi/ (Show IPA), Comte, 1736–1813, French mathematician and astronomer. /French laɡrɑ̃ʒ/ noun 1. Comte Joseph Louis (ʒozɛf lwi). 1736–1813, French mathematician and astronomer, noted particularly for his work on harmonics, mechanics, and the calculus of variations Lagrange (lə-grānj’, lə-gränj’) Italian-born French mathematician […]
[luh greynj] /lə ˈgreɪndʒ/ noun 1. a city in W Georgia. 2. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago.
noun 1. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago.