noun, Digital Technology.
a coded spelling system and language used in very informal communications on the Internet, featuring letters combined with numbers or special characters in place of letters that they may resemble, and including inventive misspellings, jargon, and slang.
the spelling conventions and jargon of this system and language.
a jargon used by some internet groups, in which standard English is translated into a mixture of letters, numerals, and symbols found on a computer keyboard Also called 1337
Bell Telephone Laboratories Low-Level Linked List Language. Ken Knowlton, 1965. List processing language, typeless. [“A Programmer’s Description of L6, Bell Telephone Laboratories’ Low-Level Linked List Language”, K. Knowlton CACM 9(8):616-625 (Aug 1966). Sammet 1969, pp.400- 405].
abbreviation 1. later later
[lah] /lɑ/ noun, Music. 1. the syllable used for the sixth tone of a diatonic scale. 2. (in the fixed system of solmization) the tone A. Compare (def 1). [law, lah] /lɔ, lɑ/ interjection, Archaic or Dialect. 1. (used as an exclamation of wonder, surprise, etc.): La, sir, how you do go on! Symbol, Chemistry. […]
1. Latin America. 2. Law Agent. 3. Library Association. 4. Local Agent. 5. Los Angeles. abbreviation for Los Angeles, attested from 1949.