(“the Saxon”) c1070–1137, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and king of the Germans 1125–37.
called the Saxon. ?1070–1137, German king (1125–37) and Holy Roman Emperor (1133–37). He was elected German king over the hereditary Hohenstaufen claimant
- Lothair I
[loh-thair, -tair] /loʊˈθɛər, -ˈtɛər/ noun 1. a.d. 795?–855, king of Germany 840–843; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 840–855 (son of Louis I). /ləʊˈθɛə/ noun 1. ?795–855 ad, Frankish ruler and Holy Roman Emperor (823–30, 833–34, 840–55); son of Louis I, whom he twice deposed from the throne
[loh-thair-ee-oh] /loʊˈθɛər iˌoʊ/ noun, plural Lotharios. 1. (sometimes lowercase) a man who obsessively seduces and deceives women. /ləʊˈθɑːrɪˌəʊ/ noun (pl) -os 1. (sometimes not capital) a rake, libertine, or seducer masc. proper name, Italian form of Old High German Hlothari, Hludher (whence German Luther, French Lothaire), literally “famous warrior,” from Old High German lut (see […]
[lohth, lohth] /loʊθ, loʊð/ adjective 1. . [lohth, lohth] /loʊθ, loʊð/ adjective 1. unwilling; reluctant; disinclined; averse: to be loath to admit a mistake. /ləʊθ/ adjective 1. (usually foll by to) reluctant or unwilling 2. nothing loath, willing /ləʊθ/ adjective 1. a variant spelling of loath adj. Old English lað “hated; hateful; hostile; repulsive,” from […]
[loh-th ee-uh n] /ˈloʊ ði ən/ noun 1. a region in E Scotland. 700 sq. mi. (1813 sq. km). [loh-th ee-uh nz] /ˈloʊ ði ənz/ plural noun 1. The, three former counties in SW Scotland: , Midlothian, . /ˈləʊðɪənz/ plural noun 1. the Lothians, three historic counties of SE central Scotland (now council areas): East […]