forsaken, desolate, bereft, or forlorn.
Archaic. lost, ruined, or undone.
Firth of, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, on the W coast of Scotland, leading NE to the Caledonian Canal.
(poetic) forsaken or wretched
(archaic) c.1300, “lost, ruined,” from Old English loren, past participle of leosan “to lose” (see lose). Meaning “abandoned, left alone” is from late 15c. Cf. forlorn.
[lawr-nuh] /ˈlɔr nə/ noun 1. a female given name.
[lawrn] /lɔrn/ noun 1. Firth of, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, on the W coast of Scotland, leading NE to the Caledonian Canal.
long range oblique optical system
[luh-reyn, law-, loh-; French law-ren] /ləˈreɪn, lɔ-, loʊ-; French lɔˈrɛn/ noun 1. Also, Lorrain. Claude (Claude Gelée) 1600–82, French painter. 2. a medieval kingdom in W Europe along the Moselle, Meuse, and Rhine rivers. 3. a region in NE France, once included in this kingdom: a former province. Compare . 4. a female given name. […]