[lak-sey-shuh n] /lækˈseɪ ʃən/
a loosening or relaxing.
the state of being loosened or relaxed.
a bowel movement.
the act of making lax or the state of being lax
[lak-suh-tiv] /ˈlæk sə tɪv/ noun 1. a medicine or agent for relieving constipation. adjective 2. of, relating to, or constituting a laxative; purgative. 3. Archaic. /ˈlæksətɪv/ noun 1. an agent stimulating evacuation of faeces adjective 2. stimulating evacuation of faeces adj. late 14c., from Old French laxatif (13c.), from Medieval Latin laxativus “loosening,” from Latin […]
[lak-si-tee] /ˈlæk sɪ ti/ noun 1. the state or quality of being ; looseness. n. 1520s, from Middle French laxité, from Latin laxitatem (nominative laxitas) “width, spaciousness,” from laxus (see lax).
[laks] /læks/ adjective, laxer, laxest. 1. not strict or severe; careless or negligent: lax morals; a lax attitude toward discipline. 2. loose or slack; not tense, rigid, or firm: a lax rope; a lax handshake. 3. not rigidly exact or precise; vague: lax ideas. 4. open, loose, or not retentive, as diarrheal bowels. 5. (of […]
[lahks-nes] /ˈlɑks nɛs/ noun 1. Halldór Kiljan [hahl-dohr kil-yahn] /ˈhɑl doʊr ˈkɪl yɑn/ (Show IPA), 1902–98, Icelandic writer: Nobel Prize 1955. /ˈlaxsnɛs/ noun 1. Halldór (Kiljan) (haldəʊr). 1902–98, Icelandic novelist, noted for his treatment of rural working life in Iceland. His works include Salka Valka (1932) and Independent People (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1955