[len-tn] /ˈlɛn tn/
of, relating to, or suitable for Lent.
suggesting Lent, as in austerity, frugality, or rigorousness; meager.
(often capital) of or relating to Lent
(archaic or literary) spare, plain, or meagre: lenten fare
(archaic) cold, austere, or sombre: a lenten lover
late Old English, from Lent + -en (2). Elizabethan English had Lenten-faced “lean and dismal” (c.1600).
[len-tik] /ˈlɛn tɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to or living in still water. /ˈlɛntɪk/ adjective 1. (ecology) of, relating to, or inhabiting still water: a lentic fauna Compare lotic
[len-tuh-sel] /ˈlɛn təˌsɛl/ noun, Botany. 1. a body of cells formed on the periderm of a stem, appearing on the surface of the plant as a lens-shaped spot, and serving as a pore. /ˈlɛntɪˌsɛl/ noun 1. any of numerous pores in the stem of a woody plant allowing exchange of gases between the plant and […]
[len-ti-kuh l] /ˈlɛn tɪ kəl/ noun 1. a window in a clock case revealing the motion of the pendulum bob. /ˈlɛntɪkəl/ noun 1. (geology) a lens-shaped layer of mineral or rock embedded in a matrix of different constitution
lenticonus len·ti·co·nus (lěn’tĭ-kō’nəs) n. A conical projection of the anterior or posterior surface of the lens, occurring as a developmental anomaly.