[trot-skee; Russian trawt-skyee] /ˈtrɒt ski; Russian ˈtrɔt skyi/
Leon (Lev or Leib, Davidovich Bronstein) 1879–1940, Russian revolutionary and writer: minister of war 1918–25.
Leon, original name Lev Davidovich Bronstein. 1879–1940, Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist. He was a leader of the November Revolution (1917) and, as commissar of foreign affairs and war (1917–24), largely created the Red Army. He was ousted by Stalin after Lenin’s death and deported from Russia (1929); assassinated by a Stalinist agent
[lee-on-tuh-vich] /liˈɒn tə vɪtʃ/ noun 1. Eugenie Konstantin [kon-stuh n-teen] /ˈkɒn stənˌtin/ (Show IPA), 1900–1993, U.S. actress, director, and playwright, born in Russia.
/lɪˌɒntəˈpəʊdɪəm/ noun 1. any plant of the Eurasian alpine genus Leontopodium, esp L. alpinum See edelweiss
[lee-on-tee-ef, -uh f] /liˈɒn tiˌɛf, -əf/ noun 1. Wassily [vah-see-lee] /vɑˈsi li/ (Show IPA), 1906–1999, U.S. economist, born in Russia: Nobel Prize 1973.
[lep-tuh-spur-muh m] /ˌlɛp təˈspɜr məm/ noun 1. any of various shrubs or trees of the genus Leptospermum, of the myrtle family, native to Australia and adjacent areas and often cultivated as ornamentals in milder climates.