[lengkth-weyz, length-, lenth-] /ˈlɛŋkθˌweɪz, ˈlɛŋθ-, ˈlɛnθ-/
in, according to, or along the direction of length
1590s, from length + -way, with adverbial genitive -s.
[lengkth-wahyz, length-, lenth-] /ˈlɛŋkθˌwaɪz, ˈlɛŋθ-, ˈlɛnθ-/ adverb, adjective 1. in the direction of the . adv. 1570s, from length + wise (n.). As an adjective by 1871.
[lengk-thee, leng-, len-] /ˈlɛŋk θi, ˈlɛŋ-, ˈlɛn-/ adjective, lengthier, lengthiest. 1. having or being of great ; very long: a lengthy journey. 2. tediously verbose; very long; too long: a lengthy speech. /ˈlɛŋkθɪ; ˈlɛŋθɪ/ adjective lengthier, lengthiest 1. of relatively great or tiresome extent or duration adj. 1759, American English, from length + -y (2). […]
[leng-gwuh] /ˈlɛŋ gwə/ noun 1. a member of a group of Indian peoples living in the Gran Chaco area of Paraguay. 2. any of several languages spoken by these peoples.
[lee-nee-uh n-see, leen-yuh n-] /ˈli ni ən si, ˈlin yən-/ noun, plural leniencies. 1. the quality or state of being . 2. a act. n. 1796, from lenient + -ence. n. 1780, from lenient + -cy.