[loh-er] /ˈloʊ ər/
Classical Mythology. the regions of the dead, conceived of as lying beneath the surface of the earth; Hades; the underworld.
the earth, as distinguished from the heavenly bodies or from heaven.
the earth as opposed to heaven or the spiritual world
another name for hell
[lou-uh-ree, louuh r-ee] /ˈlaʊ ə ri, ˈlaʊər i/ adjective 1. dark and gloomy; threatening: a lowery sky.
[lohz] /loʊz/ noun 1. John Livingston, 1867–1945, U.S. scholar, critic, and teacher. [loh] /loʊ/ verb (used without object), lowed, lowing. British Dialect. 1. 3 . [loh] /loʊ/ verb (used without object), British Dialect. 1. to burn; blaze. 2. (of a person) to feel strong emotions; glow with excitement. /ləʊ/ adjective 1. having a relatively small […]
[loh] /loʊ/ adjective, lower, lowest. 1. situated, placed, or occurring not far above the ground, floor, or base: a low shelf. 2. of small extent upward; not high or tall: A low wall surrounds the property. 3. not far above the horizon, as a planet: The moon was low in the sky. 4. lying or […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. . noun 1. the smallest integer or polynomial that is exactly divisible by each denominator of a set of fractions Abbreviation LCD, lcd Also called least common denominator lowest common denominator (lō’ĭst) The least common multiple of the denominators of a set of fractions. For example, the lowest common denominator of 1/3 […]