a light, air-cooled, gas-operated machine gun with a circular magazine, first used in World War I.
a light air-cooled drum-fed gas-operated machine gun used chiefly in World War I
[loo-uh-shuh m] /ˈlu ə ʃəm/ noun 1. a borough of Greater London, England. /ˈluːɪʃəm/ noun 1. a borough of S Greater London, on the River Thames. Pop: 248 300 (2003 est). Area: 35 sq km (13 sq miles)
[loo-uh-sahyt] /ˈlu əˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a pale yellow, odorless compound, C 2 H 2 AsCl 3 , used as a blister gas in World War I. /ˈluːɪˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a colourless oily poisonous liquid with an odour resembling that of geraniums, having a powerful vesicant action and used as a war gas; 1-chloro-2-dichloroarsinoethene. Formula: ClCH:CHAsCl2
[loo-uh-suh n, -zuh n, -sohn] /ˈlu ə sən, -zən, -ˌsoʊn/ noun 1. Ludwig [luhd-wig] /ˈlʌd wɪg/ (Show IPA), 1882?–1955, U.S. novelist and critic, born in Germany.
plural noun 1. a mountain range in the NW United States and W Canada, in W Montana and Alberta province: part of the Rocky Mountains.