[loo-koth-ee-uh] /luˈkɒθ i ə/
noun, Classical Mythology.
a sea goddess, the deified Ino, who gave Odysseus a veil as a float after a storm had destroyed his raft.
[loo-koth-oh-ee] /luˈkɒθ oʊˌi/ noun 1. any of various shrubs of the genus Leucothoe, of the heath family, having clusters of white or pinkish flowers.
[loo-kuh-tohm] /ˈlu kəˌtoʊm/ noun, Surgery. 1. an instrument for dissecting the white matter of the brain, consisting of a cannula containing a slender rotating blade.
[loo-kot-uh-mee] /luˈkɒt ə mi/ noun, plural leucotomies. Chiefly British Surgery. 1. . /luːˈkɒtəmɪ/ noun 1. the surgical operation of cutting some of the nerve fibres in the frontal lobes of the brain for treating intractable mental disorders See also lobotomy leucotomy leu·cot·o·my (lōō-kŏt’ə-mē) n. Variant of leukotomy.
leucovorin leu·co·vo·rin (lōō’kə-vôr’ĭn, lōō-kŏv’ər-ĭn) n. See folinic acid.
[look-truh] /ˈluk trə/ noun 1. a town in ancient Greece, in Boeotia: Thebans defeated Spartans here 371 b.c. /ˈluːktrə/ noun 1. an ancient town in Greece southwest of Thebes in Boeotia: site of a victory of Thebes over Sparta (371bc), which marked the end of Spartan military supremacy in Greece