[lawr-uh nz, lor-] /ˈlɔr ənz, ˈlɒr-/
Henry, 1724–92, South Carolina and U.S. Revolutionary political leader: president of the Continental Congress 1777–78.
a town in central South Carolina.
[lawr-uh n, lor-] /ˈlɔr ən, ˈlɒr-/
a female given name.
Ralph. born 1939, US fashion designer
[law-ren-shuh n] /lɔˈrɛn ʃən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the St. Lawrence River. 2. Geology. noting or pertaining to the granite intrusions and orogeny in Canada around the Great Lakes during Archeozoic time. plural noun 1. a range of low mountains in E Canada, between the St. Lawrence River and Hudson Bay. /lɔːˈrɛnʃən/ adjective […]
plural noun 1. a range of low mountains in E Canada, between the St. Lawrence River and Hudson Bay. plural noun 1. a range of low mountains in E Canada, in Quebec between the St Lawrence River and Hudson Bay. Highest point: 1191 m (3905 ft) Also called Laurentides (ˈlɔːrənˌtaɪdz)
- Laurentian shield
noun 1. another name for the Canadian Shield Also called Laurentian Plateau
[lawr-uh n-tahydz, -teedz, lor-; French law-rahn-teed] /ˈlɔr ənˌtaɪdz, -ˌtidz, ˈlɒr-; French lɔ rɑ̃ˈtid/ noun 1. a national park in SE Canada, in Quebec province between the St. Lawrence and Lake St. John.