a pair of eyeglasses mounted on a handle.
a pair of opera glasses mounted on a handle.
a pair of spectacles or opera glasses mounted on a handle
“opera glass with a handle,” 1803 (from 1776 as a French word in English), from French lorgnette, from lorgner “to squint,” also “to leer at, oogle” (16c.), from lorgne “squinting,” of uncertain origin. With diminutive suffix -ette. Cf. also French lorgnon “eyeglass, eyeglasses.”
[French lawr-nyawn] /French lɔrˈnyɔ̃/ noun, plural lorgnons [French lawr-nyawn] /French lɔrˈnyɔ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. an eyeglass or a pair of eyeglasses. 2. . /French lɔrɲɔ̃/ noun 1. a monocle or pair of spectacles 2. another word for lorgnette
Laboratoire lorrain de recherche en informatique et ses applications
[luh-rahy-kuh, law-, loh-] /ləˈraɪ kə, lɔ-, loʊ-/ noun, plural loricae [luh-rahy-see, -kee, law-, loh-] /ləˈraɪ si, -ki, lɔ-, loʊ-/ (Show IPA) 1. Zoology. a hard protective case or sheath, as the protective coverings secreted by certain protists. 2. a cuirass or corselet, originally of leather. /lɒˈraɪkə/ noun (pl) -cae (-siː; -kiː) 1. the hard outer […]
[lawr-i-keyt, -kit, lor-] /ˈlɔr ɪˌkeɪt, -kɪt, ˈlɒr-/ adjective, Zoology. 1. covered with a lorica.