[leyb-koo-kuh n; German leyp-koo-khuh n] /ˈleɪb ku kən; German ˈleɪpˌku xən/
noun, plural lebkuchen.
a hard, chewy or brittle Christmas cookie, usually flavored with honey and spices and containing nuts and citron.
noun (pl) -chen
a biscuit, originating from Germany, usually containing honey, spices, etc
/French ləblɑ̃/ noun 1. Nicolas (nikɔlɑ). ?1742–1806, French chemist, who invented a process for the manufacture of soda from common salt
frankincense, a town near Shiloh, on the north side of Bethel (Judg. 21:19). It has been identified with el-Lubban, to the south of Nablus.
[luh boo r-zhey; French luh boor-zhe] /lə bʊərˈʒeɪ; French lə burˈʒɛ/ noun 1. a suburb of Paris: former airport, landing site for Charles A. Lindbergh, May 1927.
/ləˈbəʊə/ noun 1. a former Bantu homeland in NE South Africa, consisting of three separate territories with several smaller exclaves: abolished in 1993