an informal, simplified spelling of 1 , used especially in labeling or advertising commercial products:
look! see! (now often in the phrase lo and behold)
early 13c., from Old English la, exclamation of surprise, grief, or joy; influenced in Middle English by lo!, short for lok “look!” imperative of loken “to look” (see look (v.)). Expression lo and behold attested by 1779.
love olympics (that is, sex with the intent to procreate)
/ˈlaʊrɪ/ noun 1. a variant of lourie
[loh-es, les, luhs] /ˈloʊ ɛs, lɛs, lʌs/ noun 1. a loamy deposit formed by wind, usually yellowish and calcareous, common in the Mississippi Valley and in Europe and Asia. /ˈləʊɪs; German lœs/ noun 1. a light-coloured fine-grained accumulation of clay and silt particles that have been deposited by the wind n. 1833 (in Lyell), “unstratified […]
[les-er] /ˈlɛs ər/ noun 1. Frank (Henry) 1910–69, U.S. composer and lyricist, especially of musicals and film songs.
noun 1. a joint between two pieces of sheet metal, made by folding up the overlapping edges against each other, then folding them over in the same direction a number of times.