[loo-lee, French ly-lee for 1; luhl-ee for 2] /ˈlu li, French lüˈli for 1; ˈlʌl i for 2/
[lool-lee] /ˈlul li/ (Show IPA). Jean Baptiste
[zhahn ba-teest] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/ (Show IPA), 1632–87, French composer, especially of operas and ballets, born in Italy.
[lool] /lul/ (Show IPA). Raymond or Ramón
[rah-mawn] /rɑˈmɔn/ (Show IPA), (“Doctor Illuminatus”I”Doctor Illuminatus”) 1235?–1315, Spanish theologian, philosopher, and author.
(French) (lyli). Jean Baptiste (ʒɑ̃ batist), Italian name Giovanni Battista Lulli. 1632–87, French composer, born in Italy; founder of French opera. With Philippe Quinault as librettist, he wrote operas such as Alceste (1674) and Armide (1686); as superintendent of music at the court of Louis XIV, he wrote incidental music to comedies by Molière
Also Lull (ˈlʌlɪ; Spanish) (lul). Raymond or Ramón (raˈmɔn). ?1235–1315, Spanish philosopher, mystic, and missionary. His chief works are Ars generalis sive magna and the Utopian novel Blaquerna
[loo-loo] /ˈlu lu/ noun 1. Slang. any remarkable or outstanding person or thing: His black eye is a lulu. 2. (initial capital letter) a female given name, form of . [loo-loo] /ˈlu lu/ noun, Slang. 1. a fixed allowance paid to a legislator in lieu of reimbursement for actual expenses. /ˈluːluː/ noun 1. (slang) a […]
[lool-wah-boo r] /ˌlul wɑˈbʊər/ noun 1. former name of . /luːˈluːəˌbʊə/ noun 1. the former name (until 1966) of Kananga
/lʌm/ noun 1. (Scot) a chimney
/lʊːmə/ noun 1. a monetary unit of Armenia worth one hundredth of a dram