[lep-chuh] /ˈlɛp tʃə/
noun, plural Lepchas (especially collectively) Lepcha for 1.
a member of a people of Sikkim and adjacent areas of Nepal, Bhutan, and India.
the Tibeto-Burman language of the Lepcha.
(pl) -cha, -chas. a member of a Mongoloid people of Sikkim
the language of this people, belonging to the Tibeto-Burman branch of the Sino-Tibetan family
of or relating to this people or their language
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/French lə pẽ/ noun 1. Jean-Marie (ʒɑ̃məri). born 1928, French politician; leader of the extreme right-wing Front National (1972–2011); runner-up in the presidential election of 2002 2. his daughter Marine. born 1968, French politician: leader of the Front National from 2011
[lep-uh n-skee veer; Serbo-Croatian. le-pen-skee veer] /ˈlɛp ən ski ˈvɪər; Serbo-Croatian. ˈlɛ pɛn ski ˈvir/ noun 1. the site of an advanced Mesolithic fishing culture on the banks of the Danube in Serbia, characterized by trapezoidal buildings and large stone sculptures of human heads and torsos.
[lep-er] /ˈlɛp ər/ noun 1. a person who has leprosy. 2. a person who has been rejected or ostracized for unacceptable behavior, opinions, character, or the like; anathema; outcast. /ˈlɛpə/ noun 1. a person who has leprosy 2. (derogatory) a person who is ignored or despised n. “one afflicted with leprosy,” late 14c., from Late […]
noun 1. a hospital for lepers; leprosarium.