A miracle that Jesus performed; the Gospels record several instances of this miracle, with small differences in details. In the best known, Jesus was preaching to a crowd of thousands who grew hungry and needed to be fed, but only five loaves and two fishes could be found. He blessed the food and then commanded his disciples to distribute it among the people. After everyone had eaten and was satisfied, twelve baskets of food remained.
[lob] /lɒb/ verb (used with object), lobbed, lobbing. 1. Tennis. to hit (a ball) in a high arc to the back of the opponent’s court. 2. to fire (a missile, as a shell) in a high trajectory so that it drops onto a target. 3. Cricket. to bowl (the ball) with a slow underhand motion. […]
Lobachevski (lō’bə-chěf’skē) Russian mathematician who was a pioneer of non-Euclidean geometry.
[loh-buh-chef-skee; Russian luh-buh-chyef-skyee] /ˌloʊ bəˈtʃɛf ski; Russian lə bʌˈtʃyɛf skyi/ noun 1. Nikolai Ivanovich [nyi-kuh-lahy ee-vah-nuh-vyich] /nyɪ kʌˈlaɪ iˈvɑ nə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1793–1856, Russian mathematician. /Russian ləbaˈtʃɛfskij/ noun 1. Nikolai Ivanovich (nikaˈlaj iˈvanəvitʃ). 1793–1856, Russian mathematician; a founder of non-Euclidean geometry
[loh-ber, -bahr] /ˈloʊ bər, -bɑr/ adjective 1. of or relating to a , as of the lungs. /ˈləʊbə/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or affecting a lobe lobar lo·bar (lō’bər, -bär’) adj. Of or relating to a lobe or lobes.