[Sephardic Hebrew loo-lahv; Ashkenazic Hebrew loo-lawv, -luh v] /Sephardic Hebrew luˈlɑv; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈlu lɔv, -ləv/
noun, plural lulavim
[Sephardic Hebrew loo-lah-veem; Ashkenazic Hebrew loo-law-vim] /Sephardic Hebrew lu lɑˈvim; Ashkenazic Hebrew luˈlɔ vɪm/ (Show IPA), lulavs. Judaism.
a palm branch for use with the etrog during the Sukkoth festival service.
[loo-le-aw] /ˈlu lɛˌɔ/ noun 1. a seaport in NE Sweden, on the Gulf of Bothnia. /Swedish ˈluːləoː/ noun 1. a port in N Sweden, on the Gulf of Bothnia: industrial and shipbuilding centre; icebound in winter. Pop: 72 608 (2004 est)
[loo-luh-elv] /ˈlu ləˌɛlv/ noun 1. a river in N Sweden, flowing SE to the Gulf of Bothnia. 275 miles (443 km) long.
luliberin lu·lib·er·in (lōō-lĭb’ər-ĭn) n. See gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
[luhl] /lʌl/ verb (used with object) 1. to put to sleep or rest by soothing means: to lull a child by singing. 2. to soothe or quiet. 3. to give or lead to feel a false sense of safety; cause to be less alert, aware, or watchful. verb (used without object) 4. to quiet down, […]