[loh-koh-foh-koh] /ˌloʊ koʊˈfoʊ koʊ/
(sometimes lowercase) a member of the radical faction of the New York City Democrats, organized in 1835 to oppose the conservative members of the party.
(lowercase) a friction match or cigar developed in the 19th century, ignited by rubbing against any hard, dry surface.
n. “self-igniting cigar or match,” 1839 (but presumably older), American English, of unknown origin, perhaps from a misapprehension of the meaning of the first element of locomotive as “self-” + Spanish fuego “fire.” During one heated political meeting in N.Y., the lights went out and the delegates used such matches to relight them, thence the […]
[loh-koh-foh-koh-iz-uh m] /ˌloʊ koʊˈfoʊ koʊˌɪz əm/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. the doctrines of the .
[loh-koh-iz-uh m] /ˈloʊ koʊˌɪz əm/ noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. a disease chiefly of sheep, horses, and cattle, caused by the eating of locoweed and characterized by weakness, impaired vision, irregular behavior, and paralysis. /ˈləʊkəʊˌɪzəm/ noun 1. another word for loco disease
[loh-koh-muh n] /ˈloʊ koʊ mən/ noun, plural locomen. British Informal. 1. a engine driver. /ˈləʊkəʊmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (Brit, informal) a railwayman, esp an engine-driver