a seaport in and the capital of Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea.
[toh-goh] /ˈtoʊ goʊ/
Republic of, an independent country in W Africa: formerly a French mandate 1922–46 and trusteeship 1946–60 in E Togoland. 21,830 sq. mi. (56,540 sq. km).
the capital and chief port of Togo, on the Bight of Benin. Pop: 865 000 (2005 est)
a republic in West Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea: became French Togoland (a League of Nations mandate) after the division of German Togoland in 1922; independent since 1960. Official language: French. Religion: animist majority. Currency: franc. Capital: Lomé. Pop: 7 154 237 (2013 est). Area: 56 700 sq km (20 900 sq miles)
Marquis Heihachiro (ˌheɪhɑːˈtʃiːrəʊ). 1847–1934, Japanese admiral, who commanded the Japanese fleet in the war with Russia (1904–05)
[loh meyn] /ˈloʊ ˈmeɪn/ noun 1. a Chinese dish of thin noodles stir-fried with vegetables and usually meat or shrimp.
[loh-ment] /ˈloʊ mɛnt/ noun, Botany. 1. a pod that is contracted in the spaces between the seeds and that breaks at maturity into one-seeded indehiscent joints. /ˈləʊmɛnt/ noun (pl) -ments, -menta (-ˈmɛntə) 1. the pod of certain leguminous plants, constricted between each seed and breaking into one-seeded portions when ripe loment (lō’měnt’) An indehiscent legume […]
[loh-mee-tuh] /loʊˈmi tə/ noun 1. a town in SW California.
[loh-muh nd] /ˈloʊ mənd/ noun 1. Loch, a lake in W Scotland. 23 miles (37 km) long; 27 sq. mi. (70 sq. km). /ˈləʊmənd/ noun 1. Loch Lomond, a lake in W Scotland, north of Glasgow: the largest Scottish lake; designated a national park in 2002. Length: about 38 km (24 miles). Width: up to […]