[loh-mah-mee] /loʊˈmɑ mi/
a river in the S Democratic Republic of the Congo, flowing N to the Congo River. 900 miles (1448 km) long.
[loh-mais duh zuh-mawr-uh; Spanish lawmahs de sah-maw-rah] /ˈloʊ mɛəs də zəˈmɔr ə; Spanish lɔmɑs dɛ sɑˈmɔ rɑ/ noun 1. a city in E Argentina, S of Buenos Aires.
[loh-maks] /ˈloʊ mæks/ noun 1. John Avery, 1867–1948, and his son, Alan, born 1915, U.S. folklorists. /ˈləʊmæks/ noun 1. Alan. 1915–2002, and his father John Avery (ˈeɪvərɪ) (1867–1948), US folklorists
[lom-bahrd, -berd, luhm-] /ˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. Carole (Jane Alice Peters) 1909?–42, U.S. film actress. 2. Peter (Petrus Lombardus) c1100–64? Italian theologian: bishop of Paris 1159–64?. 3. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago. [lom-bahrd, -berd, luhm-] /ˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of . 2. a member of […]
[lom-bahr-dee, luhm-] /lɒmˈbɑr di, lʌm-/ noun 1. Vince(nt Thomas) 1913–70, U.S. football coach. /lɒmˈbɑːdɪ/ noun 1. Vincent Thomas. 1913–70, American football coach, whose team won the first two Superbowls, and after whom the Superbowl trophy is named