[las-oh, la-soo] /ˈlæs oʊ, læˈsu/
noun, plural lassos, lassoes.
a long rope or line of hide or other material with a running noose at one end, used for roping horses, cattle, etc.
verb (used with object), lassoed, lassoing.
to catch with or as with a lasso.
noun (pl) -sos, -soes
a long rope or thong with a running noose at one end, used (esp in America) for roping horses, cattle, etc; lariat
verb -sos, -soes, -soing, -soed
(transitive) to catch with or as if with a lasso
1807 (v.); 1808 (n.), American English, from Spanish lazo, from Latin laqueum (nominative laqueus) “noose, snare” (see lace (n.)).
[lah-suh s] /ˈlɑ səs/ noun 1. Roland de [roh-luh nd;; Flemish raw-lahnt] /ˈroʊ lənd;; Flemish ˈrɔ lɑnt/ (Show IPA), (Orlando di Lasso) 1532–94, Flemish composer. /ˈlæsəs/ noun 1. Roland de. Italian name Orlando di Lasso. ?1532–94, Flemish composer, noted for his mastery in both sacred and secular music
[last, lahst] /læst, lɑst/ adjective, a superl. of late with later as compar. 1. occurring or coming after all others, as in time, order, or place: the last line on a page. 2. most recent; next before the present; latest: last week; last Friday. 3. being the only one remaining: my last dollar; the last […]
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