[loo-sil-ee-uh s] /luˈsɪl i əs/
[gey-uh s] /ˈgeɪ əs/ (Show IPA), c180–102? b.c, Roman satirist.
Gaius (ˈɡaɪəs). ?180–102 bc, Roman satirist, regarded as the originator of poetical satire
/luːˈsɪfjʊɡəs/ adjective 1. avoiding light adj. “shunning the light,” 1650s, from Latin lucifugus, from stem of lucere “to shine” (see light (n.)) + stem of fugax “apt to flee, timid,” figuratively “transitory, fleeting,” from fugere “to flee” (see fugitive).
[loo-gaw] /ˈlu gɔ/ noun 1. a city in NW Spain. /Spanish ˈluɣo/ noun 1. a city in NW Spain: Roman walls; Romanesque cathedral. Pop: 91 158 (2003 est) Latin name Lucus Augusti (ˈluːkəs aʊˈɡuːstiː; ɔːˈɡʌstiː)
[loo-gaw-nes] /luˈgɔ nɛs/ noun 1. Leopoldo [le-aw-pawl-daw] /ˌlɛ ɔˈpɔl dɔ/ (Show IPA), 1874–1938, Argentine poet and diplomat.
noun 1. . [pad-ahy] /ˈpædˌaɪ/ noun, plural padeyes. 1. a ring fixed to the structure of a ship as a hold for small lines, tackles, etc.