Landau-Kleffner syndrome Lan·dau-Kleff·ner syndrome (län’dou-klěf’nər)
A syndrome occurring in children and characterized by generalized and psychomotor seizures, associated with acquired aphasia. Also called acquired epileptic aphasia.
[lan-daw-let] /ˌlæn dɔˈlɛt/ noun 1. an automobile having a convertible top for the back seat, with the front seat either roofed or open. /ˌlændɔːˈlɛt/ noun 1. a small landau 2. (US) an early type of car with a folding hood over the passenger seats and an open driver’s seat
noun 1. a banking association that engages in the financing of transactions in real property, especially in agricultural land. 2. a parcel or parcels of land or real estate held in trust, as for future development. noun 1. a bank that issues banknotes on the security of property
/ˈlændˌbɔːd/ noun 1. a narrow board, with wheels larger than those on a skateboard, usually ridden while standing
noun 1. a coastal breeze blowing at night from land to sea, caused by the difference in the rate of cooling of their respective surfaces. The breeze that blows from the land toward the sea after sunset. The land cools more quickly than the ocean, cooling the air above it. The warmer air above the […]