any of several varieties of magnifying glasses, used by jewelers and watchmakers, of from 2 to 20 power and intended to fit in the eye socket, to be attached to spectacles, or to be held in the hand.
a magnifying glass used by jewellers, horologists, etc
“watchmaker’s magnifier,” 1909, from French loupe.
A small magnifying lens.
[loup, lohp, loop] /laʊp, loʊp, lup/ Scot. verb (used without object) 1. to leap; jump; spring. verb (used with object) 2. to leap or jump at, over, or into (something). /luː/ noun 1. another name for loo mask /laʊp/ verb, noun 1. a Scot word for leap
[loo-ga-roo; English loo-guh-roo] /lu gaˈru; English ˌlu gəˈru/ noun, plural loups-garous [loo-ga-roo; English loo-guh-rooz] /lu gaˈru; English ˌlu gəˈruz/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a werewolf; lycanthrope.
[lou-ping, loh-, loo-] /ˈlaʊ pɪŋ, ˈloʊ-, ˈlu-/ noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. an acute viral disease of sheep affecting the nervous system, transmitted by a tick. /ˈlaʊpɪŋ; ˈləʊ-/ noun 1. a viral disease of sheep causing muscular twitching and partial paralysis: transmitted by the bite of an infected tick (Ixodes ricinus)
[loop] /lup/ noun 1. a river in E central Nebraska, flowing E to the Platte River. 68 miles (109 km) long.