[lo-khah-buh r; English lo-kah-ber] /lɒˈxɑ bər; English lɒˈkɑ bər/
a Scottish battle-ax of the 16th century, having a tall, cleaverlike blade with a hook at its upper end.
/ˈlɒxən; ˈlɒkən/ noun 1. (Scot) a small inland loch
[lohch] /loʊtʃ/ noun 1. the North American burbot.
[loh-kee-uh, lok-ee-uh] /ˈloʊ ki ə, ˈlɒk i ə/ noun, plural lochia. Medicine/Medical. 1. the liquid discharge from the uterus after childbirth. /ˈlɒkɪə/ noun 1. a vaginal discharge of cellular debris, mucus, and blood following childbirth n. “discharge from the uterus after childbirth,” 1680s, Modern Latin, from Greek lokhia, neuter plural of lokhios “pertaining to childbirth,” […]
[lok-in-vahr, lokh-] /ˌlɒk ɪnˈvɑr, ˌlɒx-/ noun 1. the hero of a ballad included in the narrative poem Marmion (1808) by Sir Walter Scott. 2. a romantic suitor.