[loo-ee-uh n] /ˈlu i ən/ noun 1. an extinct ancient Anatolian language written in cuneiform. adjective 2. of or relating to Luwian.
[luhks] /lʌks/ noun, plural luces [loo-seez] /ˈlu siz/ (Show IPA), luxes. Optics. 1. a unit of illumination, equivalent to 0.0929 foot-candle and equal to the illumination produced by luminous flux of one lumen falling perpendicularly on a surface one meter square. Symbol: lx. 1. . [fee-aht loo ks; English fee-aht luhks, fahy-uh t] /ˈfi ɑt […]
[luhk-seyt] /ˈlʌk seɪt/ verb (used with object), luxated, luxating. Chiefly Medicine/Medical. 1. to put out of joint; dislocate: The accident luxated the left shoulder. /ˈlʌkseɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) (pathol) to put (a shoulder, knee, etc) out of joint; dislocate luxate lux·ate (lŭk’sāt’) v. lux·at·ed, lux·at·ing, lux·ates To put out of joint; dislocate. lux·a’tion n.
[loo ks, luhks; French lyks] /lʊks, lʌks; French lüks/ noun 1. luxury; elegance; sumptuousness: accommodations providing luxe at low rates. Compare . adjective 2. luxurious; deluxe: luxe accommodations. /lʌks; lʊks; French lyks/ noun 1. See de luxe “luxury, elegance,” 1550s, from French luxe “luxury, sumptuousness, profusion,” from Latin luxus (see luxury).