[lim-oh] /ˈlɪm oʊ/
noun, plural limos. Informal.
noun (pl) -mos
(informal) short for limousine
abbreviation of limousine, by 1959, American English.
A limousine: disapproves of this vast fleet (789 limos) of luxury transportation (1946+)
: Check your reso before you limo to Manhattan
[li-mohzh; French lee-mawzh] /lɪˈmoʊʒ; French liˈmɔʒ/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Haute Vienne, in S central France. 2. Also called Limoges ware. a type of fine porcelain manufactured at Limoges. [oht-vyen] /oʊtˈvyɛn/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2145 sq. mi. (5555 sq. km). Capital: Limoges.
[lee-mawn] /liˈmɔn/ noun 1. José [haw-se] /hɔˈsɛ/ (Show IPA), 1908–72, Mexican dancer and choreographer in the U.S. 2. Also called Puerto Limón. a seaport in E Costa Rica.
noun a lemon liqueur made with lemon juice, sugar, water, and 100 proof vodka Examples Limoncello is traditionally served cold. Usage Note cooking
[lahy-muh-nahyt] /ˈlaɪ məˌnaɪt/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. an amorphous hydrated ferric oxide, varying in color from dark brown to yellow, used as an ore of iron.