[loo-surn; French ly-sern] /luˈsɜrn; French lüˈsɛrn/
a canton in central Switzerland. 576 sq. mi. (1490 sq. km).
the capital of this canton, on Lake of Lucerne.
Lake of. Also called Lake of the Four Forest Cantons. a lake in central Switzerland. 24 miles (39 km) long; 44 sq. mi. (114 sq. km).
(Brit) another name for alfalfa
/luːˈsɜːn; French lysɛrn/
a canton in central Switzerland, northwest of Lake Lucerne: joined the Swiss Confederacy in 1332. Pop: 352 300 (2002 est). Area: 1494 sq km (577 sq miles)
a city in central Switzerland, capital of Lucerne canton, on Lake Lucerne: tourist centre. Pop: 59 496 (2000)
Lake Lucerne, a lake in central Switzerland: fed and drained chiefly by the River Reuss. Area: 115 sq km (44 sq miles) German name Vierwaldstättersee
noun 1. a lake in S Canada and the N United States, between N Minnesota and Ontario and Manitoba provinces. 1485 sq. mi. (3845 sq. km). [woo dz] /wʊdz/ noun 1. Eldrick [el-drik] /ˈɛl drɪk/ (Show IPA), (“Tiger”) born 1975, U.S. professional golfer. 2. Lake of the. . /wʊdz/ plural noun 1. closely packed trees […]
noun 1. a town in NE New York, in the Adirondack Mountains: resort.
plural noun 1. the poets Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Southey: so called from their residence in the Lake District. plural noun 1. the English poets Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Southey, who lived in and drew inspiration from the Lake District at the beginning of the 19th century
[leyk-pawrt, -pohrt] /ˈleɪkˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt/ noun 1. a city located on the shore of a , especially one of the Great Lakes.