[loh-kah-kah-ruh] /ˌloʊ kɑˈkɑ rə/
an action in accordance with socially accepted rules.
[loh-kah-yuh-tuh] /loʊˈkɑ yə tə/ noun 1. a materialistic school of philosophers in India that opposed Hinduism by regarding only matter as real, sense data as the only source of knowledge, and the gratification of the appetites as the only good.
[loh-kuh-yah-ti-kuh] /ˌloʊ kəˈyɑ tɪ kə/ noun 1. a member of the Lokayata school.
[loh-kee] /ˈloʊ ki/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. a trickster god, born of Jotun ancestry but accepted among the Aesir as Odin’s adopted brother: father of the monsters Fenrir, Hel, and the Midgard serpent, and the instigator of Balder’s death. /ˈləʊkɪ/ noun 1. (Norse myth) the god of mischief and destruction
[lawk suhb-hah] /ˈlɔk ˈsʌb hɑ/ noun 1. the lower house of parliament in India. /ˈləʊk ˈsʌbə/ noun 1. the lower chamber of India’s Parliament Compare Rajya Sabha