[long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng-] /ˌlɒŋ gəˈnɪm ɪ ti, ˌlɔŋ-/
patient endurance of hardship, injuries, or offense; forbearance.
(rare) patience or forbearance
“patience,” mid-15c., from Late Latin longanimitas “long-suffering, patient,” from longanimus, from longus (see long (adj.)) + animus- “soul, spirit, mind” (see animus).
noun 1. a long pole fitted with any of various devices, as a hook or clamp, for performing tasks otherwise out of reach. noun (informal) 1. power, esp far-reaching power: the long arm of the law 2. make a long arm, to reach out for something, as from a sitting position
- Long axis
long axis n. A line parallel to an object lengthwise, as in the body the imaginary line that runs vertically through the head down to the space between the feet.
- Long ball
noun in baseball or softball, a ball hit deep into the outfield and not caught, thereby allowing the hitter to reach second or third base Related Terms go for the long ball
noun, Archaeology. 1. a funerary barrow having an elongate shape, sometimes constructed over a megalithic chamber tomb and usually containing one or more inhumed corpses along with artifacts: primarily Neolithic but extending into the Bronze Age.