[loo-ou, loo-ou] /luˈaʊ, ˈlu aʊ/
a feast of Hawaiian food, usually held outdoors and usually accompanied by Hawaiian entertainment.
a cooked dish of taro leaves, usually prepared with coconut cream and octopus or chicken.
a feast of Hawaiian food
a dish of taro leaves usually prepared with coconut cream and octopus or chicken
Hawaiian party or feast, 1853, from Hawaiian lu’au, literally “young taro tops,” which were served at outdoor feasts.
Mathematics. 1. . 1. . 2. lubricating. 3. . least upper bound 1. lubricant 2. lubricating
[loo-buh] /ˈlu bə/ noun, plural Lubas (especially collectively) Luba for 1. 1. a member of any of various groups of agricultural and hunting people inhabiting the SE Democratic Republic of the Congo, some of whom are famous for their wood carvings. 2. Also called Chiluba, Ciluba, Tshiluba. the Bantu language of the Luba, used as […]
[loo-bahng] /luˈbɑŋ/ plural noun 1. a group of islands in the NW Philippines, located NW of Mindoro. 98 sq. mi. (254 sq. km).
[loo-buh-vich-er, loo-bah-vi-cher] /ˈlu bəˌvɪtʃ ər, luˈbɑ vɪ tʃər/ noun 1. a member of a missionary Hasidic movement founded in the 1700s by Rabbi Shneour Zalman of Lyady. adjective 2. of or relating to the Lubavitchers or their movement.