[lah-hahr] /ˈlɑ hɑr/
a landslide of wet volcanic debris on the side of a volcano.
the deposit left by such a landslide.
a landslide of volcanic debris mixed with water down the sides of a volcano, usually precipitated by heavy rainfall
adjective interjection A phrase used to mean the equivalent of ”It doesn’t matter”: You’re canceling our date? Oh well, lah-di-dah (1970s+) noun A dandyish or sissified man; superrefined and delicate person: Some lah-de-dah with a cane (1883+) verb To treat in a nonchalant, offhand manner: The outfielder la-di-da’d the catch (1970s+) [an imitation of casual […]
[lah-dee-dah] /ˈlɑ diˈdɑ/ interjection, adjective, noun 1. . [lah-dee-dah] /ˈlɑ diˈdɑ/ Informal. interjection 1. (used as an expression of derision directed at affected gentility or pretentious refinement.) adjective 2. affected; pretentious; foppish: a la-di-da manner. noun 3. an affected or pretentious person. 4. behavior or speech characterized by affected or exaggerated gentility. /ˌlɑːdiːˈdɑː/ adjective, noun […]
/ˈlɑːndə/ noun 1. a language or group of dialects of Pakistan, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family and closely related to Punjabi
[luh-hon-tuh n] /ləˈhɒn tən/ noun 1. Lake, an Ice Age lake in W Nevada and NE California, about 8600 sq. mi. (22,000 sq. km): remnants include Carson Sink, Pyramid Lake.