[lee-uh-tahrd] /ˈli əˌtɑrd/
a skintight, one-piece garment for the torso, having a high or low neck, long or short sleeves, and a lower portion resembling either briefs or tights, worn by acrobats, dancers, etc.
a tight-fitting garment covering the body from the shoulders down to the thighs and worn by acrobats, ballet dancers, etc
(pl) (US & Canadian) another name for tights (sense 1b)
1881, leotards, named for Jules Léotard (1830-1870), popular French trapeze artist, who performed in such a garment.
- Leo V
noun 1. flourished 10th century a.d, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 903.
[lee-uh-tahyn] /ˈli əˌtaɪn/ noun 1. a female given name.
- Leo VI
noun 1. pope a.d. 928.
- Leo VII
noun 1. died a.d. 939, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 936–939.