adjective, noun, adverb, Scot. and North England.
Andrew, 1844–1912, Scottish poet, prose writer, and scholar.
[koz-moh] /ˈkɒz moʊ/ (Show IPA), 1864–1945, English clergyman: archbishop of Canterbury 1928–42.
Fritz, 1890–1976, U.S. film director, born in Austria.
Pearl, 1921–2009, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
a Scot word for long1
Cosmo Gordon, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth. 1864–1945, British churchman; archbishop of Canterbury (1928–42)
Fritz. 1890–1976, Austrian film director, later in the US, most notable for his silent films, such as Metropolis (1926), M (1931), and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1932)
Jack (John Thomas). 1876–1975, controversial Labor premier of New South Wales from 1925–27 and from 1930–32, who introduced much social welfare legislation and was dismissed by the governor, Sir Philip Game, in 1932 for acting unconstitutionally
/ˈlʌnɡaː/ noun 1. (Sikhism)
[lang-bahy-nahyt, lahng-] /ˈlæŋ baɪˌnaɪt, ˈlɑŋ-/ noun 1. a mineral, K 2 Mg 2 (SO 4) 3 , occurring in marine salt deposits, used as a fertilizer because of its potassium content.
[lahng-uh for 1; lang for 2, 3] /ˈlɑŋ ə for 1; læŋ for 2, 3/ noun 1. Christian Louis [kris-tyahn loo-ee,, -is] /ˈkrɪs tyɑn ˈlu i,, -ɪs/ (Show IPA), 1869–1938, Norwegian historian: Nobel Peace Prize 1921. 2. David (Russell) 1942–2005, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1984–89. 3. Dorothea, 1895–1965, U.S. photographer. /ˈlɒŋɪ/ noun 1. […]
[lang-geel] /ˈlæŋ gil/ noun, Australian. 1. .