[lawr-uh-mer] /ˈlɔr ə mər/
a craftsperson who makes hardware for harnesses and riding habits, as bits or spurs.
(Brit) (formerly) a person who made bits, spurs, and other small metal objects
c.1200 (mid-12c. as surname), “maker of bits for bridles and saddles, worker in small ironware,” from Old French loremier “saddler, harness-maker, military leatherworker” (Modern French lormier), from loraim, from Latin lorum “strap, thong, rein of a bridle,” from PIE root *wel- “to turn” (see volvox).
[lawr-in, lohr-] /ˈlɔr ɪn, ˈloʊr-/ noun 1. a male given name, form of .
[lawr-ing, lohr-] /ˈlɔr ɪŋ, ˈloʊr-/ noun 1. a male given name.
[lawr-is, lohr-] /ˈlɔr ɪs, ˈloʊr-/ noun, plural loris. 1. Also called slender loris. a small, slender, tailless, large-eyed, nocturnal lemur, Loris gracilis, of southern India and Sri Lanka. 2. Also called slow loris. a similar but stockier lemur of the genus Nycticebus, of southeastern Asia: N. pygmaeus is a threatened species. /ˈlɔːrɪs/ noun (pl) -ris […]
[lawrn] /lɔrn/ adjective 1. forsaken, desolate, bereft, or forlorn. 2. Archaic. lost, ruined, or undone. [lawrn] /lɔrn/ noun 1. Firth of, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, on the W coast of Scotland, leading NE to the Caledonian Canal. /lɔːn/ adjective 1. (poetic) forsaken or wretched adj. (archaic) c.1300, “lost, ruined,” from Old English loren, […]