[loh-ee] /ˈloʊ i/
[fer-nand] /fərˈnænd/ (Show IPA), 1893–1986, U.S. industrial designer, born in France.
[loh-ee; German lœ-vee] /ˈloʊ i; German ˈlœ vi/ noun 1. Otto [ot-oh;; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ;; German ˈɔt oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1873–1961, German pharmacologist in the U.S.: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1936. /ˈləʊɪ/ noun 1. Otto. 1873–1961, US pharmacologist, born in Germany. He shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1936) with Dale for […]
[loh] /loʊ/ noun 1. Frederick, 1904–88, U.S. composer, born in Austria. /ləʊ/ noun 1. Frederick. 1904–88, US composer of such musical comedies as Brigadoon (1947), My Fair Lady (1956), and Camelot (1960), all with librettos by Alan Jay Lerner /German ˈløːvə/ noun 1. (Johann) Karl (Gottfried). 1796–1869, German composer, esp of songs, such as Der […]
[loh] /loʊ/ noun 1. Marcus, 1870–1927, U.S. movie theater and studio executive.
[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 […]