[ley, lee] /leɪ, li/
a pewter containing about 80 percent tin and 20 percent lead.
arable land put down to grass; grassland or pastureland
Also called ley line. a line joining two prominent points in the landscape, thought to be the line of a prehistoric track
“line of a prehistoric track; alignment of natural and artificial features,” 1922 [Alfred Watkins], apparently a variant of lea. Popular topic in Britain in 1920s and 30s and again in 1960s-70s.
[lahy-ster] /ˈlaɪ stər/ noun 1. Judith, 1609–60, Dutch painter.
[ley-tee; Spanish ley-te] /ˈleɪ ti; Spanish ˈleɪ tɛ/ noun 1. an island in the E central Philippines: focal point of the U.S. invasion of the Philippines 1944. 3085 sq. mi. (7990 sq. km). /ˈleɪteɪ/ noun 1. an island in the central Philippines, in the Visayan Islands. Chief town: Tacloban. Pop: 1 592 336 (2000). Area: […]
noun 1. an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, in the SE Philippines, between Samar and Leyte islands: U.S.-Japanese naval battle 1944. noun 1. an inlet of the Pacific in the E Philippines, east of Leyte and south of Samar: scene of a battle (Oct 23–26, 1944) during World War II, in which the Americans defeated […]
[leyt-n] /ˈleɪt n/ noun 1. a former borough in SE England, near London: now part of Waltham Forest.