[loo-ee, loo-is; French lwee] /ˈlu i, ˈlu ɪs; French lwi/
(“le Débonaire”; “the Pious”) a.d. 788–840, king of France and Germany 814–840; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 814–840 (son of Charlemagne).
/ˈluːɪ; French lwi/
known as Louis the Pious or Louis the Debonair. 778–840 ad, king of France and Holy Roman Emperor (814–23, 830–33, 834–40): he was twice deposed by his sons
[loo-ee-zee-an-uh, loo-uh-zee-, loo-ee-] /luˌi ziˈæn ə, ˌlu ə zi-, ˌlu i-/ noun 1. a state in the S United States. 48,522 sq. mi. (125,672 sq. km). Capital: Baton Rouge. Abbreviation: LA (for use with zip code), La. /luːˌiːzɪˈænə/ noun 1. a state of the southern US, on the Gulf of Mexico: originally a French colony; […]
noun 1. French as spoken in Louisiana; Cajun. Abbreviation: LaF.
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noun, U.S. History. 1. a treaty signed with France in 1803 by which the U.S. purchased for $15,000,000 the land extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. 2. the land included in this purchase. noun 1. the large region of North America sold by Napoleon […]