a river in the central Netherlands, flowing W to the Meuse River; the N branch of the lower Rhine. 40 miles (64 km) long.
a small area in which birds of certain species, notably the black grouse, gather for sexual display and courtship
the act or practice of so gathering
the standard monetary unit of Albania, divided into 100 qindarka
to engage in courtship displays of certain animals, 1871, probably from Swedish leka “to play,” cognate of English dialectal verb lake (see lark (v.)).
[lek-vahr] /ˈlɛk vɑr/ noun, Hungarian Cookery. 1. a soft, jamlike spread made of sweetened prunes or apricots.
[lek-uh-thos] /ˈlɛk əˌθɒs/ noun, plural lekythoi [lek-uh-thoi] /ˈlɛk əˌθɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. an oil jar having an ellipsoidal body, narrow neck, flanged mouth, curved handle extending from below the lip to the shoulder, and a narrow base terminating in a foot: used chiefly for ointments.
[lek-uh-thuh s] /ˈlɛk ə θəs/ noun, plural lekythi [lek-uh-thahy] /ˈlɛk əˌθaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. .
lower explosive limit