Raymond. born 1927, British conductor and musicologist, in the US from 1977: noted esp for his revivals of early opera
[lep-ee] /ˈlɛp i/ noun, plural leppies. Western U.S. 1. an unbranded or motherless calf; maverick.
/ˈlɛprə/ noun acronym 1. Leprosy Relief Association
[lep-ruh-kawn, -kon] /ˈlɛp rəˌkɔn, -ˌkɒn/ noun, Irish Folklore. 1. a dwarf or sprite. 2. a conventionalized literary representation of this figure as a little old man who will reveal the location of a hidden crock of gold to anyone who catches him. /ˈlɛprəˌkɔːn/ noun 1. (in Irish folklore) a mischievous elf, often believed to have […]
leprechaunism lep·re·chaun·ism (lěp’rĭ-kŏn’ĭz’əm) n. A rare genetic disorder characterized by mental and physical retardation, emaciation, endocrine disorders, hirsutism, and facial features dominated by large wide-set eyes and large low-set ears.