[la trap] /la ˈtrap/
an abbey in Normandy, France, at which the Trappist order was founded.
[French la trap] /French la ˈtrap/
/French la trap/
a monastery in NW France, in the village of Soligny-la-Trappe northeast of Alençon: founded in about 1140, site of the Trappist reform of Cistercian order in 1664
[lah trah-vee-ah-tuh; Italian lah trah-vyah-tah] /lɑ ˌtrɑ viˈɑ tə; Italian lɑ trɑˈvyɑ tɑ/ noun 1. an opera (1853) by Giuseppe Verdi.
[la-troo-tik] /læˈtru tɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to .
[luh-trahy-uh] /ləˈtraɪ ə/ noun, Roman Catholic Theology. 1. the supreme worship, which may be offered to God only. /ləˈtraɪə/ noun 1. (RC Church, theol) the adoration that may be offered to God alone
[luh-treen] /ləˈtrin/ noun 1. a toilet or something used as a toilet, as a trench in the earth in a camp, or bivouac area. /ləˈtriːn/ noun 1. a lavatory, as in a barracks, camp, etc n. c.1300, probably from Latin latrina, contraction of lavatrina “washbasin, washroom,” from lavatus, past participle of lavare “to wash” (see […]