[lan-suh-luh t, -lot, lahn-] /ˈlæn sə lət, -ˌlɒt, ˈlɑn-/
Arthurian Romance. the greatest of Arthur’s knights and the lover of Queen Guinevere.
(in Arthurian legend) one of the Knights of the Round Table; the lover of Queen Guinevere
masc. proper name, Old French, a double-diminutive of Frankish Lanzo, a hypocoristic name formed from some one of the Germanic names in Land-; cf. Old English Landbeorht “land-bright,” in Old French Lambert.
- Lamellated corpuscle
lamellated corpuscle n. Any of numerous small oval bodies that are sensitive to pressure, are found in the skin of the fingers and elsewhere, are formed of concentric layers of connective tissue. Also called pacinian corpuscle.
[lans-pod] /ˈlænsˌpɒd/ noun 1. any tropical, leguminous tree or shrub of the genus Lonchocarpus, the roots of which yield rotenone.
[lan-serz, lahn-] /ˈlæn sərz, ˈlɑn-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. a set of quadrilles danced in sequence. 2. music for such a set of dances. [lan-ser, lahn-] /ˈlæn sər, ˈlɑn-/ noun 1. a cavalry soldier armed with a . /ˈlɑːnsəz/ noun (functioning as sing) 1. a quadrille for eight or sixteen couples 2. […]
noun, British Military. 1. a sergeant of the lowest rank. 2. (formerly) a corporal appointed to act as sergeant, without increase in pay; an acting sergeant. noun 1. a corporal acting as a sergeant, usually on a temporary basis and without additional pay