(LKA) A sort of external LAN interface for a BS200 computer.
[langk] /læŋk/ adjective, lanker, lankest. 1. (of plants) unduly long and slender: lank grass; lank, leafless trees. 2. (of hair) straight and limp; without spring or curl. 3. lean; gaunt; thin. /læŋk/ adjective 1. long and limp 2. thin or gaunt /læŋk/ adjective, adverb 1. (South African, informal) a lot; a great deal adj. Old […]
[lang-kuh-ster, -kes-ter] /ˈlæŋ kə stər, -kɛs tər/ noun 1. Sir Edwin Ray, 1847–1929, English zoologist and writer. /ˈlæŋkɪstə/ noun 1. Sir Edwin Ray. 1847–1929, English zoologist, noted particularly for his work in embryology and study of protozoans
[lang-kee] /ˈlæŋ ki/ adjective, lankier, lankiest. 1. ungracefully thin and rawboned; bony; gaunt: a very tall and lanky man. /ˈlæŋkɪ/ adjective lankier, lankiest 1. tall, thin, and loose-jointed adj. 1630s, “straight and flat,” used of hair, from lank + -y (2); sense of “awkwardly tall and thin” is first recorded 1818. Related: Lankiness.
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