[luhs-tee] /ˈlʌs ti/
adjective, lustier, lustiest.
full of or characterized by healthy vigor.
hearty, as a meal.
adjective lustier, lustiest
having or characterized by robust health
strong or invigorating: a lusty brew
early 13c., “joyful, merry,” from lust + -y (2). It largely has escaped the Christianization and denigration of its root word. The sense of “full of healthy vigor” is from late 14c.; that of “full of desire” is attested from c.1400. Related: Lustily; lustiness.
[loo-suh s nuh-too r-ee, -tyoo r-ee] /ˈlu səs nəˈtʊər i, -ˈtyʊər i/ noun 1. a deformed person or thing; freak. /ˈluːsʊs næˈtʊəriː/ noun 1. a freak, mutant, or monster lusus naturae lu·sus na·tu·rae (lōō’səs nə-tur’ē, -tyur’ē) n. A conspicuous congenital abnormality.
1. local user terminal 2. lookup table
[Chinese ly-dah] /Chinese ˈlüˈdɑ/ noun, Wade-Giles. 1. . [Chinese ly-dah] /Chinese ˈlüˈdɑ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. former name of (def 1). /ˈluːˈdɑː/ noun 1. a joint name sometimes used for the two port cities of Lüshun and Dalian in NE China, in Liaoning province at the S end of the Liaodong peninsula
[loot] /lut/ noun 1. .