[la-roos; English luh-roos] /laˈrus; English ləˈrus/
[pyer a-ta-nahz] /pyɛr a taˈnɑz/ (Show IPA), 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist.
Pierre Athanase (pjɛr atanɑz). 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist. He edited and helped to compile the Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIX siècle (1866–76)
/lɑːp/ noun 1. a type of role-playing game in which each participant assumes a particular character and acts out various scenarios at events which last for a predetermined time verb 2. (intransitive) to participate in such an event live-action role playing
[lar-i-guh n] /ˈlær ɪ gən/ noun 1. a knee-high boot of oiled leather with a moccasin foot, worn by lumbermen and trappers. /ˈlærɪɡən/ noun 1. a knee-high oiled leather moccasin boot worn by trappers, etc
[lar-i-kin] /ˈlær ɪ kɪn/ Australian Slang. noun 1. a street rowdy; hoodlum. adjective 2. disorderly; rowdy. /ˈlærɪkɪn/ noun (Austral & NZ, slang) 1. 2. a hooligan
[lar-uh p] /ˈlær əp/ verb (used with object), larruped, larruping. 1. to beat or thrash. /ˈlærəp/ verb 1. (transitive) (dialect) to beat or flog v. “to beat, thrash,” 1823, of unknown origin, possibly related to Dutch larpen “to thrash.” First mentioned as a Suffolk dialect word. verb To beat; thrash; clobber, lambaste, lather (1839+)