noun, (sometimes lowercase) Skating.
a jump in which the skater leaps from the back outer edge of one skate to make one full rotation in the air and lands on the back outer edge of the opposite skate.
(skating) a jump in which the skater takes off from the back outside edge of one skate, makes one, two, or three turns in the air, and lands on the back outside edge of the other skate
type of skating jump, 1932, from the name Alois Lutz, “an obscure Austrian skater of the 1920s” [James R. Hines, “Historical Dictionary of Figure Skating,” 2011], who is said to have first performed it in 1913.
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- Lutzow-holm bay
[ly-tsawf-hohlm] /ˈlü tsɔfˌhoʊlm/ noun 1. an inlet of the Indian Ocean on the coast of Antarctica between Queen Maud Land and Enderby Land. /ˈlʊtsəʊˈhəʊm/ noun 1. an inlet of the Indian Ocean on the coast of Antarctica, between Enderby Land and Queen Maud Land
- Lutz-splendore-almeida disease
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