[loo-ther-vil-ti-moh-nee-uh m] /ˈlu θərˌvɪl tɪˈmoʊ ni əm/
a city in N Maryland, near Baltimore.
[loo-tee-er] /ˈlu ti ər/ noun 1. a maker of stringed instruments, as violins. n. “lute-maker,” 1879, from French luthier, from luth (see lute).
[loo-teen] /ˈlu tin/ noun 1. the salvaged bell from the wrecked British warship Lutine, hung in the insurance office of Lloyd’s of London and traditionally rung before announcements of ships overdue or lost at sea. /ˈluːtiːn; luːˈtiːn/ noun 1. a bell, taken from the ship Lutine, kept at Lloyd’s in London and rung before important […]
[loo-ting] /ˈlu tɪŋ/ noun 1. any of various readily molded substances for sealing joints, cementing objects together, or waterproofing surfaces. [loot] /lut/ noun 1. a stringed musical instrument having a long, fretted neck and a hollow, typically pear-shaped body with a vaulted back. verb (used without object), luted, luting. 2. to play a lute. verb […]
[loo-tist] /ˈlu tɪst/ noun 1. a player; lutenist. 2. a maker of . /ˈluːtɪst/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) another word for lutenist 2. a person who makes lutes