L.
L
L,
L. E. L.
LL.D.
L.L. Whisky.
L.S.
L. S. D.
La-de-da.
La Garde Meurt ne se Rend pas.
La Joyeuse.
La Muette de Portici.
La Roche (1 syl.).
Lab’adists.
Lab’arum.
La’be (Queen).
Labour of Love (A).
Labourer is Worthy of his Hire.
Labourers (The Statute of).
Lab’yrinth.
Lac of Rupees.
Lace.
Laced.
Lacedæmonian Letter (The).
Lacedæmonians (The).
Lachesis [Lak’--sis].
Lackadaisical.
Lacon’ic.
Lacus’trine Deposits.
Lacus’trine Habitations.
Lad o’ Wax.
La’das.
Ladies.
La’don.
Ladrones.
Lady.
Ladybird, Ladyfly, Ladycow,
Lady Bountiful.
Lady Chapel.
Lady Day.
Lady Isabella,
Lady Magistrate.
Lady Margaret Professor
Lady in the Sacque.
Lady of England.
Lady of Mercy (Our).
Lady of Shallott’.
Lady of the Bleeding Heart.
Lady of the Broom (The).
Lady of the Haystack
Lady of the Lake.
Lady of the Rock (Our).
Ladies’ Mile (The).
Ladies’ Plate (The),
Ladies’ Smocks.
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Læding.
Lælaps.
Laer’tes (3 syl.).
Læta’re Sunday.
Lag’ado.
Lager Beer.
Laird (Scotch).
Lagoon.
Laïs.
Laissez Faire, Laissez Passer.
Lake School (The).
Laked’ion or Laquedem (Isaac).
La’kin.
Laks’mi or Lakshmi.
Lalla Rookh [tulip cheek]
La’ma,
La’maïsm [Tibetan, Blama, spiritual teacher].
Lamb.
Lamb (The Vegetable) or Tartarian lamb;
Lamb.
Lamb-pie.
Lamb’s Conduit Street (London).
Lamb’s Wool.
Lambert’s Day (St.),
Lambro
Lame Duck (A),
Lame King.
Lame Vicegerent (in Hudibras).
Lam’erock (Sir),
Lam’ia.
Lammas.
Lammas Day (August 1st)
Lammas-tide.
Lammer Beads.
Lammermoor.
Lamming (A).
Lamminin, Lamkin, Linkin,
Lam’ourette’s Kiss.
Lamp.
Lamp of Heaven (The).
Lamp of Phœbus (The).
Lamp of the Law (The).
Lamps.
Lampad’ion.
Lampoon.
Lampos and Pha’eton.
Lancashire Lads or “The Lancashire.”
Lancaster.
Lancaster Gun.
Lancaster’ian (A).
Lancastrian (A).
Lance (1 syl.),
Lance-Corporal and Lance-Sergeant.
Lance-Knight.
Lance of the Ladies.
Lan’celot (Sir).
Lancelot or Launcelot Gobbo.
Lan’celot du Lac.
Lancers (The).
Land.
Land-damn.
Land-loupers.
Land-lubber.
Land of Beulah (Isa. lxii. 4).
Land of Bondage.
Land of Cakes.
Land of Myrrh.
Land of Nod (The).
Land of Promise.
Land of Shadows (Gone to the).
Land of Stars and Stripes (The).
Land o’the Leal (The).
Landau’.
Landey’da.
Landière (French, 3 syl.).
Landscape (A)
Lane.
Lane.
Lane (The)
Lane,
Lanfu’sa’s Son.
Lang Syne (Scotch, long since).
Langbourn Ward (London).
Langstaff (Launcelot).
Language.
Langue d’Oc.
Langue d’Oil.
Languish (Lydia).
Lantern.
Lantern Jaws.
Lantern-Land.
Lanterns.
Lanternise.
Laocoon [La-ok’-o-on].
Laodami’a.
Laodice’an.
Lapet (Mons.).
Lap’ithæ.
Lapping Water.
Laprel.
Lapsus Linguæ (Latin).
Laputa.
Lapwing (The).
Lar Familia’ris (plu. Lares familiares).
La’ra.
Larboard,
Larceny.
Larder.
Lars.
Large.
Lar’igot.
Lark.
Larks.
Larry Dugan’s Eye-water.
Lars.
Larvæ.
Lascar.
Last. (Anglo-Saxon lást, a footstep, a shoemaker’s last.)
Last Man (The).
Last Man.
Last Words.
Last of the Fathers.
Last of the Goths.
Last of the Greeks.
Last of the Knights.
Last of the Mo’hicans.
Last of the Romans.
Last of the Tribunes (The).
Last of the Troubadours.
Lat (El).
Lat’eran.
Lath or Lathe.
Lather.
Latin.
Latin Learning,
Lati’nus.
Latitudina’rians.
Lato’na.
Latri’a and Duli’a.
Lattice or Chequers.
Laugh in One’s Sleeve (To).
Laugh on the Other Side of Your Mouth.
Laughing Philosopher.
Laughing-stock.
Laughter.
Launce.
Launcelet.
Launched into Eternity.
Launfal (Sir).
Laura,
Lauras. (Greek, laura.)
Laureate.
Laurel.
Laurence (Friar).
Lavaine’,
Lavalette (Marquis de),
Lavender.
Lavin’ia.
Lavin’ia and Pale’mon.
Lavolt or Lavolta.
Law.
Law Latin.
Law’s Bubble.
Laws of the Medes and Persians.
Lawing. (Scots.)
Lawsuits.
Lawn.
Lawn-market (The).
Lawrence (St.).
Lawyer’s Bags.
Lay Brothers.
Lay Figures.
Lay Out (To).
Lay about One (To).
Lay by the Heels (To).
Lay of the Last Minstrel.
Lay to One’s Charge (To).
Lay’amon,
Layers-over for Meddlers.
Lazar House or Lazaretto.
Laz’arists.
Lazarillo de Tormës (1553).
Lazaro’ne (3 syl.);
Lazarus.
La’zy.
Lazy Lawrence of Lubberland.
Lazy Lobkin (A).
Lazy Man’s Load.
Lazyland (Gone to).
Lazzaro’ni.
L’État c’est Moi (I am the State).
Le Roi le Veut (French, The king wills it.)
Le’a.
Lea’ba na Feine [Beds of the Feïne].
Leach, Leachcraft.
Lead (pronounced led),
Lead (pronounce leed).
Leaden Hail (Showers of).
Leaden Hall (pronounce led’en),
Leader (A)
Leading Case (A).
Leading Note
Leading Question.
Leading Strings.
Leaf.
Leaf. (Anglo-Saxon lef.)
League.
Leak Out (To).
Leal.
Lean’der (3 syl.)
Leaning Tower.
Leap Year.
Leap in the Dark (A).
Lear (King).
Learn (1 syl.).
Learn by Heart (To).
Learned (2 syl.).
Least Said the soonest Mended (The) or The Less Said
Leather.
Leather or Prunella.
Leathering.
Leatherstocking (Natty).
Leave in the Lurch (To).
Leave out in the Cold (To).
Leave some for Manners.
Leaves without Figs.
Led Captain (A).
Le’da and the Swan.
Ledger (A).
Ledger-lines,
Lee.
Lee Hatch.
Lee Shore
Lee-side
Lee Tide, or Leeward Tide,
Leeds (a Stock Exchange term).
Leek.
Lees.
Leet (A).
Leeward
Lefevre.
Left,
Left-handed Compliment (A).
Left-handed Marriage.
Left-handed Oath (A).
Left in the Lurch.
Leg (A),
Leg-bail.
Leg-bye (A),
Leg of Mutton School (The).
Legs.
Legal Tender (A).
Legem Pone.
Legend
Legend of a Coin
Legen’da Au’rea,
Leger.
Leger-de-Main.
Legion.
Legion of Honour.
Legislator or Solon of Parnassus.
Leglin-girth.
Legree.
Leibnitz-ism or Leibnitzian-ism.
Leicester (pron. Les’ter)
Leicester Square (London).
Leigh (Aurora) (pron. Lee).
Leilah [Li-lah].
Lely (Sir Peter),
Le’man (Lake).
Lemnian Deed (A).
Lem’nian Earth.
Lemnian Women (The).
Lemnos.
Lemon Soles,
Lemster Ore.
Lem’ures (3 syl.).
Lend a Hand.
Length (A).
Length-month.
Lens (Latin, a lentil or bean).
Lenson.
Lent (Anglo-Saxon, lencten).
Lent Lily (The).
Lenten.
Leod’ogrance,
Le’on (in Orlando Furioso),
Leonard.
Leon’idas of Modern Greece.
Le’onine Contract.
Le’onine Verses,
Leonnoys, Leonnesse, or Lyonnesse.
Leono’ra,
Leon’tes (3 syl.),
Leopard,
Leopards.
Lepracaun.
Lerna.
Les Anguilles de Melun.
Les’bian Poets (The).
Lesbian Rule (The).
Lese Majesty.
Les’sian Diet.
Les’trigons.
Let,
Let Drive (To).
Let us Eat and Drink; for tomorrow we shall Die (Isaiah xxii. 13).
Leth’e (2 syl.),
Lethe’an Dew.
Letter-Gae.
Letter-lock.
Letter of Credit.
Letter of Licence (A).
Letter of Marque.
Letter of Orders (A).
Letter of Pythagoras (The).
Letter of Safe Conduct.
Letter of Uriah (2 Sam, xi. 14).
Letters.
Letters
Letters Missive.
Letters Overt.
Letters Patent.
Letters at the Foot of a Page.
Letters of Administration.
Letters of Beller’ophon.
Letters of Horning.
Letters of Junius.
Letters of the Sepulchre.
Lettre de Cachet (French).
Lettre de Jérusalem.
Leuca’dia or Leucas.
Leucippus (Greek, Leukippos).
Leucoth’ea [White Goddess].
Leuh.
Lev’ant and Couchant.
Lev’ant and Ponent Winds.
Levant’.
Levée.
Level Best.
Level Down.
Level Up (To).
Levellers. (April, 1649.)
Lev’ellers.
Levellers (in Irish History),
Lever de Rideau.
Lev’eret.
Levi’athan.
Lev’ites (2 syl.).
Levit’ical.
Lewd (Anglo-Saxon, leóde)
Lewis (Monk).
Lewis Baboon.
Lewkner’s Lane.
Lex non Scripta.
Lex Talio’nis (Latin).
Leyden Jar or Phial.
Leze Majesty.
Li-Flambe.
Lia-fail (of Ireland).
Liak’ura (3 syl.).
Liar (The).
Li’bel
Li’ber Albus
Liber Niger or The Black Book of the Exchequer,
Liberal Arts.
Liberal Unionists or Tory Democrats.
Liberal Unionists.
Lib’erals.
Lib’erator (The).
Liberia.
Lib’ertines.
Liberty
Liberty.
Libitina.
Li’bra [the balance].
Li’brary.
Lib’ya.
Licen’tiate (4 syl.)
Lich.
Lichten.
Lick,
Lick into Shape (To).
Lick the Dust (To).
Licks the Butter.
Lickspittle (A).
Lictors.
Lid.
Lidskial’fa [the terror of nations].
Lie.
Lie Circumstantial (The)
Lie Direct (The).
Lie Quarrelsome (The).
Lie hath no Feet (A).
Lie.
Lie Low (To).
Lie Over (To).
Lie-to (To).
Lie Up (To).
Lie at the Catch (To).
Lie in State (To).
Lie on Hand (To).
Lie to One’s Work (To).
Lie with One’s Fathers (To).
Liebenstein and Sternfels.
Liege.
Li’en.
Liesse (2 syl.).
Lieutenant (pronounce lef-ten’-unt)
Life.
Life-boat (A).
Life-buoy (A).
Life-Guards.
Life Policy (A).
Life Preserver (A).
Lift.
Lift not up your Horn on High. (Psalm lxxv. 5.)
Lift up the Heel against Me (To).
Lift up the Voice (To).
Lifted up.
Lifter.
Lifting (The).
Lifting, or Lifting the Little Finger.
Ligan.
Light.
Light.
Light Comedian (A),
Light Horsemen.
Light Troops,
Light-armed Artillery.
Light as a Feather.
Light-fingered Gentry (The).
Light Gains make a heavy Purse.
Light of One’s Countenance (The).
Light of the Age.
Light of the Harem.
Lighthouse.
Lightning [Barca].
Lightning Conductor.
Lightning Preservers.
Lightning Proof.
Lightning Rod (A).
Liguo’rians.
Ligurian Arts.

 
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