an outfit of clothing, bedding, etc., for a newborn baby.
a complete set of articles, including clothing, bedclothes, and other accessories, for a newborn baby
“baby’s outfit,” 1839, from French layette, properly the box in which it comes, subsequently transferred to the linen, from Middle French layette “chest of drawers,” from laie “drawer, box,” from Middle Dutch laeye, related to lade, load (v.).
noun 1. a jointed model of the human body, usually of wood, from which artists work in the absence of a living model. 2. a similar figure used in shops to display costumes. 3. a person of no importance, individuality, distinction, etc.; nonentity. noun 1. an artist’s jointed dummy, used in place of a live […]
- Lay for someone
verb phrase To watch for one’s chance to take revenge; vigilantly stalk: I’d lay for him in town some night (1494+)
- Lay hold of
Grasp, seize on, as in He clutched at branches, shrubs, anything he could lay hold of to break his fall. [ First half of 1500s ] Also see: get hold of
[ley] /leɪ/ verb (used with object), laid, laying. 1. to put or place in a horizontal position or position of rest; set down: to lay a book on a desk. 2. to knock or beat down, as from an erect position; strike or throw to the ground: One punch laid him low. 3. to put […]