[lan-suh-neyt] /ˈlæn səˌneɪt/
verb (used with object), lancinated, lancinating.
to stab or pierce.
(esp of pain) sharp or cutting
lancinating lan·ci·nat·ing (lān’sə-nā’tĭng)
Characterized by a sensation of cutting, piercing, or stabbing.
[lans, lahns] /læns, lɑns/ noun 1. a long wooden shaft with a pointed metal head, used as a weapon by knights and cavalry soldiers in charging. 2. a cavalry soldier armed with such a weapon; lancer. 3. an implement resembling the weapon, as a spear for killing a harpooned whale. 4. (initial capital letter) Military. […]
/læŋks/ abbreviation 1. Lancashire
noun 1. a person or firm engaged at a commission to obtain grants of public lands or to negotiate the buying and selling of private lands between two or more parties. 2. a government official in charge of the management of public lands. 3. British. the steward of an estate. noun 1. a person who […]
[land] /lænd/ noun 1. any part of the earth’s surface not covered by a body of water; the part of the earth’s surface occupied by continents and islands: Land was sighted from the crow’s nest. 2. an area of ground with reference to its nature or composition: arable land. 3. an area of ground with […]