[lee-luh nd] /ˈli lənd/
a male given name.
- Leland hayward
[hey-werd] /ˈheɪ wərd/ noun 1. Leland, 1902–71, U.S. theatrical producer. 2. a city in central California, SE of Oakland. /ˈheɪˌwɔːd/ noun 1. (Brit, obsolete) a parish officer in charge of enclosures and fences proper name, from Old English hege-weard “guardian of the fence/hedge.” His original duties seem to have been protecting the fences around the […]
Jerome Chailloux and Emmanuel St James, INRIA, France. A LISP dialect close to Common Lisp, lexically scoped, with a CLOS-like object system. Uses both packages and modules. “le-lisp: A Portable and Efficient Lisp System”, J. Chailloux et al, Proc 1984 ACM Symp on Lisp and Functional Programming, ACM. Version v.16, available from ILOG, France.
[luh-lwahr; Spanish le-lwahr] /ləˈlwɑr; Spanish lɛˈlwɑr/ noun 1. Luis Federico [lwees fe-th e-ree-kaw] /lwis ˌfɛ ðɛˈri kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1906–1987, Argentine biochemist, born in France: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970. Leloir Le·loir (lə-lwär’, lě-), Luis Federico. Born 1906. French-born Argentine biochemist. He won a 1970 Nobel Prize for the discovery of sugar nucleotides and their […]
[lee-lee; Dutch ley-lee] /ˈli li; Dutch ˈleɪ li/ noun 1. Sir Peter [pee-ter;; Dutch pey-tuh r] /ˈpi tər;; Dutch ˈpeɪ tər/ (Show IPA), (Pieter van der Faes) 1618–80, Dutch painter in England. /ˈliːlɪ/ noun 1. Sir Peter. Dutch name Pieter van der Faes. 1618–80, Dutch portrait painter in England