[loo-see] /ˈlu si/
the incomplete skeletal remains of a female hominid found in eastern Ethiopia in 1974 and classified as Australopithecus afarensis.
[loo-see] /ˈlu si/
a female given name.
Saint. died ?303 ad, a virgin martyred by Diocletian in Syracuse. Feast day: Dec 13
fem. proper name, from French Lucie, from Latin Lucia, fem. of Lucius (see Lucian).
Nickname for one of the most complete skeletons of an early ancestor of humans ever found. Discovered in Ethiopia by Don Johanson, Tim White, and Tom Gray, Lucy lived approximately three million years ago. She walked upright, and anthropologists estimate that she was about twenty years old when she died. Lucy is considered one of the great finds of anthropology.
A distributed constraint programming language, which is an actor subset of Janus.
[“Actors as a Special Case of Concurrent Constraint Programming”, K. Kahn et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(10):57-66 (OOPSLA/ ECOOP ’90), Oct 1990].
[stoh-ner] /ˈstoʊ nər/ noun 1. a person who advocates the retention of the maiden name by married women. Compare (def 5).
/lʌd/ noun 1. lord (in the phrase my lud, m’lud): used when addressing a judge in court interjection 2. (archaic) an exclamation of dismay or surprise (1.) The fourth son of Shem (Gen. 10:22; 1 Chr. 1:17), ancestor of the Lydians probably. (2.) One of the Hamitic tribes descended from Mizraim (Gen. 10:13), a people […]
[luhd-ahyt] /ˈlʌd aɪt/ noun 1. a member of any of various bands of workers in England (1811–16) organized to destroy manufacturing machinery, under the belief that its use diminished employment. 2. someone who is opposed or resistant to new technologies or technological change. /ˈlʌdaɪt/ noun (English history) 1. any of the textile workers opposed to […]
[Chinese ly-dah] /Chinese ˈlüˈdɑ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. former name of (def 1). /ˈluːˈdɑː/ noun 1. a joint name sometimes used for the two port cities of Lüshun and Dalian in NE China, in Liaoning province at the S end of the Liaodong peninsula