[leth -er-jak-it] /ˈlɛð ərˌdʒæk ɪt/
Also called leather jack. any of several carangid fishes having narrow, linear scales embedded in the skin at various angles, especially Oligoplites saurus, found in tropical American waters.
Australian. a pancake or other dough fried over a campfire.
the grub of the crane fly.
any of various tropical carangid fishes of the genera Oligoplites and Scomberoides, having a leathery skin
any of various brightly coloured tropical triggerfishes of the genus Monacanthus and related genera
the greyish-brown tough-skinned larva of certain craneflies, esp of the genus Tipula, which destroy the roots of grasses, etc
[leth -er-leef] /ˈlɛð ərˌlif/ noun, plural leatherleaves. 1. an evergreen shrub, Chamaedaphne calyculata, of the heath family, having leathery and one-sided clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers, occurring in bogs in North America.
[leth -er-luhngd] /ˈlɛð ərˈlʌŋd/ adjective 1. speaking or capable of speaking in a loud, resonant voice, especially for prolonged periods: The leather-lunged senator carried on the filibuster for 18 hours.
[leth -ern] /ˈlɛð ərn/ adjective 1. made of leather. 2. resembling leather. /ˈlɛðən/ adjective 1. (archaic) made of or resembling leather adj. Old English leðren; see leather + -en (2).
[leth -er-nek] /ˈlɛð ərˌnɛk/ noun, Slang. 1. a U.S. marine. /ˈlɛðəˌnɛk/ noun 1. (slang) a member of the US Marine Corps n. “U.S. Marine,” 1914, Navy slang, from leather + neck (n.). So called for the leather collars of their early uniforms; earlier in British use (1890) as a sailor’s term for a soldier. noun […]