a lance having a blunt head to prevent serious injury by a jouster to an opponent.
[lan-der, -dawr] /ˈlæn dər, -dɔr/ noun 1. Walter Savage, 1775–1864, English poet and prose writer. /ˈlændɔː/ noun 1. Walter Savage. 1775–1864, English poet, noted also for his prose works, including Imaginary Conversations (1824–29)
[land-oh-ner] /ˈlændˌoʊ nər/ noun 1. an or proprietor of . /ˈlændˌəʊnə/ noun 1. a person who owns land
noun 1. an official document by which title to a portion of public land is conveyed from the government.
[land-reys, lahnd-rah-suh] /ˈlænd reɪs, ˈlɑnd rɑ sə/ noun 1. one of several widely distributed strains of large, white, lop-eared swine of northern European origin. /ˈlændˌreɪs/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) a white very long-bodied lop-eared breed of pork pig 2. a breed of Finnish sheep known for multiple births 3. (botany) an ancient or primitive cultivated […]