[luh-nek-suh] /ləˈnɛk sə/
a city in NE Kansas.
[lengkth, length, lenth] /lɛŋkθ, lɛŋθ, lɛnθ/ noun 1. the longest extent of anything as measured from end to end: the length of a river. 2. the measure of the greatest dimension of a plane or solid figure. 3. extent from beginning to end of a series, enumeration, account, book, etc.: a report running 300 pages […]
noun, Nautical. 1. the length of a hull between the forward and after perpendicular. Compare (def 11).
[lengk-thuh n, leng-, len-] /ˈlɛŋk θən, ˈlɛŋ-, ˈlɛn-/ verb (used with object) 1. to make ; make greater in . verb (used without object) 2. to become greater in ; grow or . /ˈlɛŋkθən; ˈlɛŋθən/ verb 1. to make or become longer v. late 14c., from length + -en (1). Related: Lengthened; lengthening. Earlier verb […]
[lengk-thee, leng-, len-] /ˈlɛŋk θi, ˈlɛŋ-, ˈlɛn-/ adjective, lengthier, lengthiest. 1. having or being of great ; very long: a lengthy journey. 2. tediously verbose; very long; too long: a lengthy speech. /ˈlɛŋkθɪ; ˈlɛŋθɪ/ adjective lengthier, lengthiest 1. of relatively great or tiresome extent or duration adj. 1759, American English, from length + -y (2). […]