[luhg-zhoo r-ee-uh s, luhk-shoo r-] /lʌgˈʒʊər i əs, lʌkˈʃʊər-/
characterized by ; ministering or conducive to :
a luxurious hotel.
given to or loving ; wanting or requiring what is choice, expensive, or the like:
a person with luxurious tastes.
given to pleasure, especially of the senses; voluptuous.
present or occurring in great abundance, rich profusion, etc.; opulent:
a luxurious harvest; music of luxurious beauty.
excessively ornate; overelaborate:
characterized by luxury
enjoying or devoted to luxury
an archaic word for lecherous
c.1300, “lascivious, lecherous, unchaste,” from Old French luxurios “lustful, lascivious” (Modern French luxurieux), from Latin luxuriosus, from luxuria (see luxury). Meaning “given to luxury, voluptuous” (of persons) is from c.1600. Of things, meaning “characterized by luxury” is attested from c.1650. Related: Luxuriously; luxuriousness.
a nut-bearing tree, the almond. (1.) The ancient name of a royal Canaanitish city near the site of Bethel (Gen. 28:19; 35:6), on the border of Benjamin (Josh. 18:13). Here Jacob halted, and had a prophetic vision. (See BETHEL.) (2.) A place in the land of the Hittites, founded (Judg. 1:26) by “a man who […]
noun 1. a tax on certain goods or services not considered essential and usually relatively high in price.
[German loo-tsern] /German lʊˈtsɛrn/ noun 1. . /luˈtsɛrn/ noun 1. the German name for Lucerne
[ly-joh] /ˈlüˈdʒoʊ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a city in S Sichuan province, in central China, on the Chang Jiang.