[lahn-dou; Russian luhn-dou] /lɑnˈdaʊ; Russian lʌnˈdaʊ/
[lyef duh-vye-duh-vyich] /ˈlyɛf dʌˈvyɛ də vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1908–68, Russian scientist: Nobel Prize in Physics 1962.
a four-wheeled carriage, usually horse-drawn, with two folding hoods that meet over the middle of the passenger compartment
Lev Davidovich (ljɛf daˈvidəvitʃ). 1908–68, Soviet physicist, noted for his researches on quantum theory and his work on the theories of solids and liquids: Nobel prize for physics 1962
type of four-wheeled carriage, 1743, from Landau, town in Bavaria where they first were made. The first element is the common Germanic element found in English land (n.); the identity of the second is disputed. But Klein says the vehicle name is “in reality” Spanish lando “originally a light four-wheeled carriage drawn by mules,” from Arabic al-andul.
[lee-voh] /ˈli voʊ/ adjective 1. . 1. a combining form meaning “left,” “levorotatory,” used in the formation of compound words: levoglucose; levorotation. combining form 1. a US variant of laevo- word-forming element meaning “toward the left,” from French lévo-, from Latin laevus “left” (see left (adj.)). levo- or lev- pref.
- Levobunolol hydrochloride
levobunolol hydrochloride le·vo·bu·no·lol hydrochloride (lē’vō-byōō’nə-lôl’) n. A beta-blocker administered as eyedrops for the treatment of chronic open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension.
levocardia le·vo·car·di·a (lē’və-kär’dē-ə) n. Situs inversus of the viscera but with normal positioning of the heart on the left, usually associated with congenital cardiac lesions.
levoclination le·vo·cli·na·tion (lē’və-klə-nā’shən) n. See levotorsion.