[lek-uh-sohs] /ˈlɛk əˌsoʊs/
a variety of opal having a deep-green play of color.
[lech] /lɛtʃ/ noun, verb (used without object) 1. . [lech] /lɛtʃ/ Slang. noun 1. a lecherous desire or craving. 2. a lecher. 3. any strong desire or liking. verb (used without object) 4. to behave like a lecher (often followed by for or after). /lɛtʃ/ verb 1. (intransitive) usually foll by after. to behave lecherously […]
[lech-uh-gee-uh; Spanish le-choo-gee-yah] /ˌlɛtʃ əˈgi ə; Spanish ˌlɛ tʃuˈgi yɑ/ noun, plural lechuguillas [lech-uh-gee-uh z; Spanish le-choo-gee-yahs] /ˌlɛtʃ əˈgi əz; Spanish ˌlɛ tʃuˈgi yɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. a semidesert plant, Agave lecheguilla, of Mexico, having a basal rosette of sharply pointed leaves and a very tall flower spike, grown as an ornamental.
- Lech walesa
[vuh-wen-suh] /vəˈwɛn sə/ noun 1. Lech [lek] /lɛk/ (Show IPA), born 1943, Polish labor leader: a leader of Solidarity 1980; president 1990–96; Nobel Peace Prize 1983. /væˈwɛnsə/ noun 1. Lech (lɛç). born 1943, Polish statesman: president of Poland (1990–95); leader of the independent trade union Solidarity 1980–90; Nobel peace prize 1983
[leech-wee] /ˈlitʃ wi/ noun 1. an African antelope, Kobus leche, related to the waterbuck, inhabiting wet, grassy plains: a threatened species.