any coniferous tree of the genus Larix, yielding a tough durable wood.
the wood of such a tree.
any coniferous tree of the genus Larix, having deciduous needle-like leaves and egg-shaped cones: family Pinaceae
the wood of any of these trees
1540s, from German Lärche, from Middle High German larche, from Old High German *larihha, from Latin larix (genitive laricis), probably a loan-word from an Alpine Gaulish language, corresponding phonetically to Old Celtic *darik- “oak” (see Druid and tree).
The Larch Project develops aids for formal specifications. Each Larch specification has two components: an interface containing predicates written in the LIL (Larch Interface Language) designed for the target language and a ‘trait’ containing assertions about the predicates written in LSL, the Larch Shared Language common to all.
[“The Larch Family of Specification Languages”, J. Guttag et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng 2(5):24-365 (Sep 1985)].
[lahrch] /lɑrtʃ/ noun 1. a river in N Quebec, Canada, flowing NE to the Caniapiscau River. 270 miles (434 km) long.
noun 1. a red and black sawfly, Pristiphora erichsonii, the larvae of which infest and feed on the leaves of larch.
[lahrd] /lɑrd/ noun 1. the rendered fat of hogs, especially the internal fat of the abdomen. verb (used with object) 2. to apply lard or grease to. 3. to prepare or enrich (lean meat, chicken, etc.) with pork or fat, especially with lardons. 4. to supplement or enrich with something for improvement or ornamentation: a […]
[lap-it] /ˈlæp ɪt/ noun 1. a small lap, flap, or loosely hanging part, especially of a garment or headdress. 2. a projecting, lobelike structure in certain invertebrate animals. 3. Ornithology. a wattle or other fleshy process on a bird’s head. 4. Textiles. /ˈlæpɪt/ noun 1. a small hanging flap or piece of lace, etc, such […]