[loh-shuh n] /ˈloʊ ʃən/
Pharmacology. a liquid, usually aqueous or sometimes alcoholic preparation containing insoluble material in the form of a suspension or emulsion, intended for external application without rubbing, in such skin conditions as itching, infection, allergy, pain, or the like.
a liquid cosmetic, usually containing agents for soothing or softening the skin, especially that of the face or hands.
a liquid preparation having a soothing, cleansing, or antiseptic action, applied to the skin, eyes, etc
c.1400, loscion, from Old French lotion (14c.), from Latin lotionem (nominative lotio) “a washing,” from lotus, popular form of lautus, past participle of lavere “to wash” (see lave). As a verb, from 1817. Related: Lotioned; lotioning.
lotion lo·tion (lō’shən)
LOgic, TIming, Sequencing. A language which describes a computer via its data flow. [Sammet 1969, p. 620].
- Lot of weight
Related Terms carry a lot of weight
- Lot of zebulun
in Galilee, to the north of Issachar and south of Asher and Naphtali (Josh. 19:10-16), and between the Sea of Galilee and the Mediterranean. According to ancient prophecy this part of Galilee enjoyed a large share of our Lord’s public ministry (Isa. 9:1, 2; Matt. 4:12-16).
[luh-tof-uh-jahy] /ləˈtɒf əˌdʒaɪ/ plural noun, Classical Mythology. 1. (def 1).