[ley-buh ns-roum, -buh nz-] /ˈleɪ bənsˌraʊm, -bənz-/
noun, (often lowercase)
additional territory considered by a nation, especially Nazi Germany, to be necessary for national survival or for the expansion of trade.
any additional space needed in order to act, function, etc.
territory claimed by a nation or state on the grounds that it is necessary for survival or growth
“territory needed for a nation’s or people’s natural development,” 1905, from German genitive of leben “life” (see life) + raum “space” (see room (n.)).
[lee-beez] /ˈli biz/ noun, plural lebes. Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a wine bowl having an oval body without handles and a rounded base.
[luh-beg] /ləˈbɛg/ noun 1. Henri Léon [ahn-ree ley-awn] /ɑ̃ˈri leɪˈɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1875–1941, French mathematician.
noun, Mathematics. 1. an integral obtained by application of the theory of measure and more general than the Riemann integral.
[leyb-koo-kuh n; German leyp-koo-khuh n] /ˈleɪb ku kən; German ˈleɪpˌku xən/ noun, plural lebkuchen. 1. a hard, chewy or brittle Christmas cookie, usually flavored with honey and spices and containing nuts and citron. /ˈleɪbˌkuːkən/ noun (pl) -chen 1. a biscuit, originating from Germany, usually containing honey, spices, etc