[loo-kahch] /ˈlu kɑtʃ/
George, 1885–1971, Hungarian literary critic.
Georg (ˈɡeɪɔːk), original name György. 1885–1971, Hungarian Marxist philosopher and literary critic, whose works include History and Class Consciousness (1923), Studies in European Realism (1946), and The Historical Novel (1955)
[loo-kuh n] /ˈlu kən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Evangelist Luke or to the Gospel of Luke.
[loo-kuh s] /ˈlu kəs/ noun 1. Paul, 1895–1971, U.S. actor, born in Hungary.
[look] /luk/ noun 1. an early Christian disciple and companion of Paul, a physician and probably a gentile: traditionally believed to be the author of the third Gospel and the Acts. 2. the third Gospel. 3. a male given name: from the Greek word meaning “man of Lucania.”. /luːk/ noun (New Testament) 1. Saint Luke, […]
[look-wawrm] /ˈlukˈwɔrm/ adjective 1. moderately warm; tepid. 2. having or showing little ardor, zeal, or enthusiasm; indifferent: lukewarm applause. /ˌluːkˈwɔːm/ adjective 1. (esp of water) moderately warm; tepid 2. having or expressing little enthusiasm or conviction adj. late 14c., from luke + warm (adj.). Figurative sense of “lacking in zeal” (of persons or their actions) […]