[luh-hawr, -hohr] /ləˈhɔr, -ˈhoʊr/
a city in NE Pakistan: the capital of Punjab province.
[puhn-jahb, puhn-jahb] /pʌnˈdʒɑb, ˈpʌn dʒɑb/
a former province in NW British India: now divided between India and Pakistan.
a state in NW India. 47,456 sq. mi. (122,911 sq. km).
a province in NE Pakistan. 79,284 sq. mi. (205,330 sq. km).
a city in NE Pakistan: capital of the former province of West Pakistan (1955–70); University of the Punjab (1882). Pop: 6 373 000 (2005 est)
a variety of large domestic fancy pigeon having a black-and-white plumage
(formerly) a province in NW British India: divided between India and Pakistan in 1947
a state of NW India: reorganized in 1966 as a Punjabi-speaking state, a large part forming the new state of Haryana; mainly agricultural. Capital: Chandigarh. Pop: 24 289 296 (2001). Area: 50 255 sq km (19 403 sq miles)
a province of W Pakistan: created in 1947. Capital: Lahore. Pop: 82 710 000 (2003 est). Area: 205 344 sq km (127 595 sq miles)
region on the Indian subcontinent, from Hindi Panjab, from Persian panj “five” (from PIE *penkwo-; see five) + ab “water.” So called for its five rivers. Related: Punjabi.
noun, Islam. 1. See under . [ah-muh-dee-yuh] /ˌɑ məˈdi yə/ noun, Islam. 1. a modern sect, divided into an older group (Qadianis) and a newer group (Lahore party)
[lahkh-tee] /ˈlɑx ti/ noun 1. a city in S Finland, NNE of Helsinki. /Finnish ˈlɑhti/ noun 1. a town in S Finland: site of the main Finnish radio and television stations; furniture industry. Pop: 98 253 (2003 est)
noun See lavosh
[ley] /leɪ/ noun 1. (in medieval French literature) 2. a narrative poem written in octosyllabic couplets and dealing with tales of adventure and romance. 3. a lyric poem, often a love poem, having great metrical variety and designed to be sung to a popular melody. see lay (n.).