[lez-bos, -bohs; Greek lez-vaws] /ˈlɛz bɒs, -boʊs; Greek ˈlɛz vɔs/
[lez-boh] /ˈlɛz boʊ/
noun, plural lesbos. Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
a contemptuous term used to refer to a lesbian.
an island in the E Aegean, off the NW coast of Turkey: a centre of lyric poetry, led by Alcaeus and Sappho (6th century bc); annexed to Greece in 1913. Chief town: Mytilene. Pop: 90 642 (2001). Area: 1630 sq km (630 sq miles) Modern Greek name Lésvos Former name Mytilene
by 1940, colloquial shortening of lesbian.
The ability of a show, song, public figure, etc, to be an enduring success; staying power: whether a movie will have legs, the power to entice audiences week after week/runaway success, bigger than disco, with stronger legs/There is no other theory with legs (1970s+ Show business)
bird legs, hinders
[ley key; French ley ka-yuh] /leɪ ˈkeɪ; French leɪ ˈka yə/ noun 1. a seaport on the SW coast of Haiti. [key] /keɪ/ noun 1. Les. . /keɪ; French kaj/ noun 1. short for Les Cayes /leɪ ˈkeɪ; French le kaj/ noun 1. a port in SW Haiti, on the S Tiburon Peninsula. Pop: 45 […]
[les-kee] /ˈlɛs ki/ noun 1. an arcade or other public place in ancient Greece.
[lesh-uh-tit-skee] /ˌlɛʃ əˈtɪt ski/ noun 1. Theodor [tey-uh-dawr,, -dohr,, thee-] /ˈteɪ əˌdɔr,, -ˌdoʊr,, ˈθi-/ (Show IPA), 1830–1915, Polish pianist and composer.
- Lesch-nyhan syndrome
Lesch-Nyhan syndrome Lesch-Ny·han syndrome (lěsh’nī’ən) n. A metabolic disorder that occurs in males and is associated with an enzyme deficiency and is characterized by hyperuricemia and uric acid urolithiasis, choreoathetosis, mental retardation, spastic cerebral palsy, and self-mutilation of fingers and lips by biting.