[lang-er] /ˈlæŋ ər/
[knout] /knaʊt/ (Show IPA), 1895–1985, U.S. philosopher.
adjective, noun, adverb, Scot. and North England.
noun (Irish, slang)
another word for penis
(derogatory) a disagreeable person
Bernhard (ˈbɛrnhart). born 1957, German professional golfer: won the US Masters Championship (1985, 1993)
a Scot word for long1
Cosmo Gordon, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth. 1864–1945, British churchman; archbishop of Canterbury (1928–42)
Fritz. 1890–1976, Austrian film director, later in the US, most notable for his silent films, such as Metropolis (1926), M (1931), and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1932)
Jack (John Thomas). 1876–1975, controversial Labor premier of New South Wales from 1925–27 and from 1930–32, who introduced much social welfare legislation and was dismissed by the governor, Sir Philip Game, in 1932 for acting unconstitutionally
/ˈlæŋəd/ adjective 1. (Irish, slang) intoxicated; drunk
- Langerhans cell
Langerhans cell n.
- Langerhans granule
Langerhans granule n. A membrane-bound granule that exhibits a characteristic platelike arrangement of particles.
Langevin (länzh-vān’) French physicist who during World War I pioneered the use of sonar techniques to detect submarines. He also advanced the theory of magnetism and the study of the molecular structure of gases.