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LABEL -- etiquette, afichette, billet

LABIAL -- ~

LABORATORY -- laboratoria, oficina

LABORIOUS -- diligent, laborosi; penosi, fatigant

LABOUR -- labore (-ar, -ero); (strive) penar; (childbirth) parturition; (toil) strapacie. HARD ~: labor punitori. ~ IN VAIN: van pena

LABURNUM -- citise

LABYRINTH -- labirinte (-in)

LAC -- lacca

LACE -- (fabric) dentelle; (for uniform) galon; (shoe-) lace; (trimmings) pasment; v. lacear; ligar

LACEHOLE -- oculette

LACERATE -- lacerar, mutilar

LACHRYMAL -- ~ lacrimal

LACK -- manca, beson, índigentie; v. mancar, indiger

LACKADAISICAL -- índiferent; negligent

LACKEY -- lacayo

LACKING, TO BE -- * mancar

LACONIC -- ~

LACQUER -- v. laccar; n. lacca

LACTATION -- ~

LACTEAL -- lactin, lactatri

LAD -- yuno, júveno, garson, boy

LADDER -- scale

LADEN -- cargat; (abstract sense) chargeat, opresset

LADING, BILL OF -- * certificate de carga

LADLE -- coclaron, coclare haustiv

LADY -- dama, seniora

LADYBIRD -- coccinelle

LADY DAY -- Anunciation

LADYLIKE -- de bon manieres, de seniora

LADY-LOVE -- amata

LAG -- v. lentear, restar retro, tardar, lentardear; n. retardation

LAGGARD -- lentarde

LAGOON -- lagune

LAIC -- ~ (-o)

LAIR -- lette, tana, refugia

LAIDY -- laicos, profanes

LAKE -- lago

LAMA -- ~

LAMB -- agnelle (-a); (meat) agnelline, oarne agnellin

LAMBENT -- (flame) serpentant

LAME -- a. claudicant; (fig.)ínsatisfatori, debil; v. mutilar, far .claudicant, paralisar

LAMENT -- v. lamentar (-ation, -abil), deplorar

LAMINA -- lámine

LAMP -- lampe. STREET ~: lanterne. HANGING ~: lucerne. HEAD ~: projector

LAMPBLACK -- fulígine de lamp

LAMPGLASS -- lamp-cilindre

LAMPSHADE -- para-luce

LAMPOON -- pasquin (-ar, -ada); v. satirisar

LAMPREY -- lamprede

LANCE -- lanse; (med.) lansette; v. lansettar, inciser

LANCET -- lansette

LAND -- (ground) terre, suol; (country) land, pais; v. debarcar, aterrar, abordar; (unload) decargar

LANDAU -- ~, coche

LANDED PROPERTY -- domene

LANDING -- (on stairs) planage. ~ STAGE: caye, debarcatoria

LANDLADY -- patrona; hospedessa, albergatora

LANDLOCKED -- circumdat de terra

LANDLORD -- proprietarie; mastro; (of inn) hósped

LANDMARK -- born-petre

LANDOWNER -- proprietario de terra

LANDSCAPE -- paisage (-ist)

LANDSLIDE -- crulation terral, avalanche, glissament de terra

LANE -- stradette, via

LANGUAGE -- lingue, idioma

LANGUID -- ~

LANGUISH -- languir (-ore)

LANK -- magri; (of hair) íncrispat

LANTERN -- lanterne. MAGIC ~: optic lanterne

LANYARD -- talrep

LAP -- gremie; (in a race) ronde; v. (drink) trincar; (plash) clapotar

LAPEL -- ~

LAPIDARY -- n. lapidero, lapidario

LAPSE -- v. expirar, passar, preterir; (fall back) recader, recidivar; n. errore; (of time) eflution, preterition, curse

LAPWING -- vanelle

LARBOARD -- bacbord

LARCENY -- furte

LARCH -- larice

LARD -- grasse porcin; v. lardar

LARDER -- cámera de provisiones, gardamanjage

LARGE -- grand. AT ~: líber

LARGELY -- max sovente, precipue

LARGESS -- donation

LARK -- alaude; (fun) burla

LARVA -- larve

LARYNX -- laringe (-ite)

LASCIVIOUS -- lasciv, voluptosi

LASH -- v. (bind) ligar, amarrar; (whip) flagellar; (of horses) TO ~ OUT: regambar; n. knut; colp de flagell; (eyelash) cilie

LASS -- puella, yuna

LASSITUDE -- lassitá

LASSO -- ~

LAST -- a. ultiia, passat, final; precedent. AT ~: in fine. ~ NIGHT: yer vesper; n. (boot ~) listell; v. durar

LASTING -- durabil, permanent

LASTLY -- in fine, finalmen, ultimmen

LATCH; cline (-ar). LATCHKEY -- clave portal

LATE -- a. tard; (of train etc.) retardat; (former) recent, anteyan; (deceased) morit, decedet; adv. tard

LATELY -- ultimmen, recentmen

LATENT -- ~

LATER -- subsequent, posteriori, plu tard

LATERAL -- ~

LATEST -- novissim

LATH -- latte. LATHWORK: lattage

LATHE -- tornuore

LATHER -- scum (-ear); v. insaponar

LATITUDE -- latitúdine; (freedom) libertá

LATRINE -- ~

LATTER -- a. ultim, ti ci

LATTICE -- trellie (-age)

LAUD -- laude (-ar,-abil, -ativ)

LAUDANUM -- tinctura de opium

LAUGH -- v. riDer (-sion, -sibil); (to ~ at) deriDer, mocar; n. rise

LAUGHING-STOCK -- objecte de rision

LAUGHTER -- rision, hilaritá

LAUNCH -- lansar; n. (boat) chalupe

LAUNDRESS -- lavera

LAUNDRY -- lavería

LAUREATE -- laureat (-o)

LAUREL -- laure

LAVA -- ~

LAVATORY -- toilette, lavatoria; latrine

LAVE -- v. lavar, rinsar

LAVENDER -- lavende

LAVISH -- a. liberal, generosi, prodigal; v. prodigar

LAW -- lege, statute, decrete; (jurisprudence) jure. ~ COURT: tribunale; v. TO GO TO ~: processuar

LAWFUL -- legal (-itá), legitim

LAWLESS -- ínlegal, arbitrari, sin leges

LAWN -- gazon, (material) linon

LAWN-TENNIS -- ténnis

LAWSUIT -- processu

LAWYER -- legist, jurist

LAX -- ~ (-itá)

LAXATIVE -- a. laxativ; n. laxative

LAY -- a. laic (-o)

LAY -- v. posir, metter. jacentar; (eggs) posir, ovar: (ghost) exorcisar; (tablecloth) covrir li table; (wager) pariar; (~ dust) abatter

LAY DOWN -- statuer, prescrir, definir, decreter

LAY IN -- (store) aprovisionar

LAY ON -- aplicar; (strike) batter

LAY OPEN -- exposir, decovrir, decelar

LAY OUT -- extenDer; (money) expender, deborsar; (corpse) apretar

LAY SIEGE TO -- assediar

LAY UP -- amassar, aprovisionar

LAYER -- (hort.) marcotte; (geol.) strate; (de)positor

LAY-FIGURE -- marionette, figura

LAZY -- pigri, indolent

LEA -- herbiera, prate

LEAD -- n. (metal) plumbe; (for pencils) grafite; (naut.) sonde; v. plumbar

LEAD -- v. (conduct) ducter, guidar, directer; (go in front) preceder; (cause) causar, far; (- off) comensar; (~ astray) seducter; n. duction, direction; precedentie

LEADEN -- plumbin, plumbic; inert

LEADER -- (con)duetor, chef; articul redactoral

LEAF -- folie (-at, -age, -ette, -osi); (of table etc.) clappe

LEAGUE -- n. liga, fédere; (distance) tri milies; v. oonfederar, alliar, ligar

LEAK -- licc (-ar); v. (to ~ out) divulgar se.

LEAL -- loyal, fidel

LEAN 1.|LEAN -- a. magri; n. carne sin grasse

LEAN 2.|LEAN -- v. (for support) apoyar; (incline) inclinar (-ation)

LEANINGS -- inclination

LEAP -- n. salta (-ar)

LEAP-FROG -- cise-cap

LEAP-YEAR -- annu bisextil

LEARN -- aprenDer (-sor); reciver information, audir. I ~ THAT ...: on di me que...

LEARNED -- erudit, doct, expert, versat (in)

LEARNER -- scolero, elevo, aprensor; aprentise

LEARNING -- erudition, saventie

LEASE -- v. (to take) luar, arendar; (to let) forluar; n. lua-contrate

LEASE-HOLD -- arenda

LEASH -- cupla-bande

LEAST -- a. max micri, minim. THE ~ BEAUTIFUL: li minim bell. AT ~: adminim, alminu. NOT IN THE ~: in null mode, tot ne. TO SAY THE ~: por ne exagerar

LEATHER -- cute (-in). RUSSIAN ~: yufte

LEAVE -- v. lassar; (abandon) forlassar, abandonar; (depart) departer, forviagear; surtir; (bequeath) legar, testar; (to ~ off) cessar. TO TAKE ~ OF: dir adío. TO ~ BEHIND: poslassar; n. permission, licentie, vacantie, congedie, adío

LEAVEN -- leven; v. fermentar, levenar

LEAVINGS -- rest(age)

LECHER -- libertino (-isme), lascivon

LECTERN -- pupitre

LECTURE -- discurse, lection; reprimande; v. far un discurse

LEDGE -- corniche

LEDGER -- chef-libre, contolibre

LEE -- sub li vent; LEEWAY: drive; témpor perdit

LEECH -- sanguisuc

LEEK -- porro

LEER -- v. regardachar, regardar maliciosimen; n. oculada lasciv

LEES -- sediment

LEFT -- a. levul. ON THE ~: a levul. LEFT-HANDER: levulon. TO BE ~ OVER: restar

LEG -- gambe; (of garment) gambale

LEGACY -- legate

LEGAL -- ~ (-itá, -isar), legitim (-ar)

LEGATE -- legato

LEGATEE -- legatario

LEGATION -- ~

LEGEND -- legende (-ari)

LEGERDEMAIN -- jongleríe, escamotage ~LEGGED: -gambat

LEGGINGS -- gamache, gambiere

LEGIBLE -- leibil (-itá)

LEGION -- ~ (-ario)

LEGISLATE -- v. legislator (-ion, -iv, -ura)

LEGITIMATE -- a. legitim (-ar, -itá)

LEGUME -- (bot.) legúmine (-osi)

LEISURE -- ocie (-osi)

LEISURELY -- lent(men)

LEMMING -- ~

LEMON -- citron, limon

LEMONADE -- limonade

LEND -- prestar; dar, auxiliar

LENGTH -- longore. AT ~: in fine; detalliatmen

LENGTHEN -- alongar, prolongar

LENGTHY -- long; enoyant, tedosi

LENIENT -- mild, indulgent, clement (-ie)

LENITIVE -- lenitiv, palliativ

LENS -- linse; (bi-convex) lupe

LENT -- carema

LENTICULAR -- linsiform

LENTIL -- (bot.) lentille

LEONINE -- leonin

LEOPARD -- leoparde

LEPER -- leproso

LEPROSY -- lepra (-osi)

LESION -- ~

LESS -- adv. minu. MORE OR ~: plu-minu. LESS AND ~: sempre minu. THE ~ THE BETTER: plu poc plu bon

LESSEE -- locatario, luator

LESSEN -- diminuer (se)

LESSER -- inferiori

LESSON -- lecion; (eccl.) letion

LEST -- pro timore que,: por que ... ne

LET -- (allow) lassar, permisser; (~ alone) lassar; a tacer pri; (lease) forluar; (optative) lass...; (subjunctive) mey. LET IT CAME: it mey venir

LET GO -- liberar, lassar ear; (naut.) filar

LET OFF -- far exploDer; (fig.) pardonar, excusar

LET OUT -- (clothes) extender, alargar; (divulge) divulgar; (free) lassar surtir, lassar escapar

LETHAL -- mortific, mortatori

LETHARGY -- letargie (-ic)

LETTER -- lettre (-bux); (of alphabet) líttere. CAPITAL ~: majuscul. SMALL ~: minuscul

LETTERED -- litterat; erudit, doct

LETTERPRESS -- textu

LETTER-RACK -- lettriere, porta-lettre

LETTERS -- litteratura. A MN OF ~: litterato

LETTUCE -- latug

LEVEE -- reception

LEVEL -- a. plan, plat; n. nivelle, egalitá; (instr.) nivellette; v. aplatar, egalisar, nivellar; (a gun) apuntar, visar; (a blow) lansar

LEVEL-CROSSING -- nivell-passage

LEVER -- levere, levette; v. leverar

LEVERET -- leporello

LEVITATION -- levation

LEVITY -- levitá, frivolitá

LEVY -- v. imposir; (troops) levar, recrutar

LEWD -- ínchast, libertin, debochant

LEXICON -- lexico (-al, -ografie); dictionarium

LIABILITY -- (propensity) inclination, tendentie; (debt) passive, debite

LIABLE -- responsabil (-itá), tuchabil; (~ to) inclinat a

LIAISON -- intriga de amore, relation amorosi; conexion, cooperation

LIBATION -- ~

LIBEL -- v. defamar, calumniar; n. calumnie, defamation

LIBEEAL -- ~ (-isme), generosi (-itá)

LIBERATE -- liberar (-ation, -ator)

LIBERTINE -- a. libertin (-o, -isme)

LIBERTY -- libertá; privilegie. I TAKE THE ~: yo permisse me

LIBRARY -- biblioteca (-ario)

LIBRATION -- ~

LIBRETTO -- librette

LICENCE -- licentie, libertá, permission, autoritá

LICENTIATE -- ~

LICENSE -- v. autorisar

LICENTIOUS -- ínfrenat, licentiosi

LICHEN -- ~

LICK -- n. lecca (-ar, -on)

LICKSPITTLE -- leccard, adulator

LID -- (cover) covrette, covricul; (eyelid) palpebre

LIE -- v. jacer, reposar; (tell a ~) mentir; (remain) restar. TO ~ IN WAIT: guatar. (naut.) TO ~ TO: capear. TO ~ IDLE: chomar. TO ~ OVER: star ajornat; n. mentie; (slope) cline

LIEF -- AS ~: preferer. I WOULD AS ~: yo vell preferer

LIEGE -- a. vassali

LIEU OF, IN -- * vice, in vice de

LIEUTENANT -- leutenante

LIFE -- vive, existentie; vivacitá; aferes homan; (biography) biografie

LIFE-ANNUITY -- rente vive-durant

LIFEBELT -- cintura salvatori

LIFEBOAT -- bote salvatori

LIFEBUOY -- boye salvatori

LIFELESS -- sin vive, ínanimat, mort

LIFELIKE -- natural

LIFELONG -- vive-durant, por li tot vive

LIFE-SIZE -- grandore natural

LIFETIME -- vive-témpor

LIFT -- v. levar; (fog) disperser se; n. lift, elevator; auxilie

LIGAMENT -- ~

LIGATURE -- ligatura; bande, corde ligativ

LIGHT -- n. luce, lúmine; foy; a. (of weight) levi; (easy) facil, lucid, clar, luminosi; (of hair) blond; v. accenDer, inflammar. TO ~ UP: iluminar

LIGHT ON -- incontrar; decovrir

LIGHTEN -- aclarar; iluminar, lucidar; (ease) aleviar; (lightning) fulminar

LIGHTER -- (boat) chalande, chalupe; (cigarette ~) accendette

LIGHT-FOOTED -- agil (-ita)

LIGHTHEADED -- deliriosi

LIGHTHEARTED -- gay, joyosi, de levi anim

LIGHTHOUSE -- fare

LIGHTING -- ilumination; lucement

LIGHTLY -- levimen, facilmen

LIGHTNING -- fúlmine, fulguration. ~ CONDUCTOR: para-fulmine. FORKED ~: zigzag de fulmine. ~ STROKE: fúlmincolpe

LIGHTS -- (lungs) pulmones

LIGHTSHIP -- fare-nave

LIGNEOUS -- lignin

LIGNITE -- ~

LIKE -- a. simil, egal. ONE ~ THAT: un tal; adv. quam; v. amar, apreciar; (to wish) voler; n. lu simil, lu egal

LIKELY -- versimil (-itá), probabil; (believable) credibil

LIKEN -- comparar con

LIKENESS -- similitá; portrete, image

LIKEWISE -- anc; (similarly) similmen

LIKING -- gust, inclination, preferentie, predilection

LILAC -- n. lila

LILT -- ritme, melodie, cadentie

LILY -- lilie. ~ OF THE VALLEY: convallaria

LIMB -- membre; tranche ~ (astr.) limbe

LIMBO -- borde del inferne

LIME -- (fruit) limon; (tree) tilie; (min.) calce; (birdlime) colle

LIMEJUICE -- succ de citron

LIMEKILN -- calc-forn, calciera

LIMELIGHT -- Drummond-luce, luce oxihidrogeni; (fig.) public atention

LIMESTONE -- calc-petre

LIMEWASH -- v. calcinar

LIMIT -- límite (-ar, -ation)

LIMITED COMPANY -- societé anonim, societé actionari

LIMP -- a. lax, flexibil, fatigat; v. claudicar

LIMPID -- ~ (-itá), diafan

LINDEN -- tilie

LINE -- n. strec, linea (-ar, -al, -ari); (cord) corde; (row) file, range; (of poetry) verse; (rail) rel; v. (garments) foderar; (line up) alinear (se)

LINEAGE -- genealogie

LINEAMENT -- trate, lineament

LINEN -- toale; (clothes) linage. ~ WAREHOUSE: linageria; a. linin

LINER -- nave de linea, transoceanico

LING -- (fish) molve; (bot.) erica

LINGER -- tardar, demorar, lentear; (remain) restar

LINGO -- jargon, linguach

LINGUAL -- ~

LINGUIST -- ~ (-ic, -ica)

LINIMENT -- ~, frotta-remedie

LINING -- fódere, substoff

LINK -- (chain) catenun; caten-anelle; (fig.) bande; v. unir, ligar

LINKS -- (golf) golf-terren

LINNET -- linotte

LINOLEUM -- ~

LINSEED -- lin-semes

LINT -- charpie

LINTEL -- ~, transtrave (de porta)

LION -- leon (-a, -in, -ello)

LIP -- labie (-al)

LIQUEFY -- liquificar, liquidisar; fonder

LIQUID -- a. ~ (-ar, -ation); n. liquide, fluide

LIQUOR -- liquore, alcohol

LIQUORICE -- glicirize, liquorice

LIPS -- v. chuchotar; mispronunciar 's' o 'z'

LISSOM -- flexibil, gracil

LIST -- liste, tabelle, catalog; inclination; v. (in)listar, registrar; inclinar se

LISTEN -- escutar

LISTLESS -- inert, languid

LITANY -- litaníe

LITERAL -- litteral

LITERARY -- litterari

LITERATURE -- litteratura

LITHE -- flexibil

LITHOGRAPHY -- litografie (-ic)

LITIGATE -- processuar, litigiar

LITIGATION -- litigie (-osi)

LITIGIOUS -- litigiosi, processuaci

LITRE -- ~

LITTER -- n. jettallia; (of pigs) covatura, ventrade; (stretcher) portuore; v. metter in desordine

LITTLE -- a. micri, litt (-itá, -esse); adv. poc, alquant. ~ BY ~: poc a poc

LITTORAL -- a. litoral; n. litorale

LITURGY -- liturgie (-ic)

LIVE -- a. vivi, vivent; ardent; v. viver; (dwell) logiar, habitar, resider

LIVELIHOOD -- subsistentie

LIVELONG -- (~ day) li tot die

LIVELY -- vivaci

LIVER -- (anat.) hépate

LIVERY -- livré

LIVESTOCK -- pecude

LIVID -- ~ (-itá)

LIVING -- subsistentie; (eccl.) beneficie, prebende

LIZARD -- lacerte

LO! -- vi!

LOAD -- carga; (abstract) charge. CARTLOAD: carrade; v. cargar

LOADSTAR -- stelle polari, stelle guidant

LOADSTONE -- magnete

LOAF -- n. pane, pane-bul; v. flanar

LOAM -- grass terre, hum

LOAN -- (borrowed) prunta; (lent) presta

LOATH -- avers, desinclinat

LOATHE -- abominar, detestar

LOATHSOME -- nauseativ, desgustant, abominabil

LOBBY -- vestibul

LOBE -- lob (-ette)

LOBELIA -- ~

LOBSTER -- homare

LOCAL -- ~ (-isar, -itá)

LOCATE -- locar, localisar

LOCATION -- situation; localisation

LOCH -- lago; golfe

LOCK -- n. serrure (-ero); (of hair) bucle; (canal) scluse; v. cluder per clave, clave-cluder; serrar

LOCKER -- n. scaf

LOCKET -- medallion

LOCKGATE -- scluse-porta

LOCKJAW -- tétano

LOCKOUT -- v. excluDer (-sion); n. "look-out", bloccal exclusion

LOCOMOTION -- ~

LOCOMOTIVE -- ~

LOCUM TENENS -- vicario, substitute

LOCUST -- locuste

LODE -- (min.) vene

LODGE -- v. logiar, habitar; (~ persons) albergar; (a protest) deposir; (troops) inlogiar; n. logí; domette; (Masonic) loge

LODGER -- locatario, chambre-luator

LODGING -- logiment; (mil.) quartere

LOFT -- subtegmente

LOFTY -- elevat, alt; sublim

LOG -- bloc, trunc; (~book) diarium; (naut.) logg (-lin)

LOGARITHM -- logaritme

LOGGERHEADS, TO BE AT -- * querellar

LOGIC -- n. logica (-al, -o)

LOGICAL -- logic

LOGWOOD -- campeche

LOIN -- lumbe, hanche; (meat) lumbage

LOITER -- tardar, lentear, flanar

LOLL -- extender se; flanar; (of tongue) pender exter

LOLLIPOP -- suc-bonbone, sucrage

LONE -- solitari, isolat

LONELINESS -- solitá

LONELY -- solitari, desert, morni, isolat

LONG -- a. long (-atri) adv. long(men) NOT ~ AGO: ante ne long. ERE ~: bentost, pos ne long. IN THE ~ RUN: con li témpore; v. desirar fortmen, sospirar

LONGEVITY -- long-viventie

LONGING -- fort desire

LONGITUDE -- longitúdine (-al)

LONG-LIVED -- long-vivent

LONG-SIGHTED -- presbit, long-vident

LONG-SUFFERING -- long-anim, patient

LONGWAYS -- secun li longore

LONGWINDED -- tedant, tedosi

LOOK -- v. regardar, spectar. TO ~ AFTER: cuidar. TO ~ FOR: serchar, expectar. TO ~ FORWARD TO: anticipar con plesura. TO ~ INTO: investigar. TO ~ LIKE: similar, aspecter. TO ~ TO: fider a, contar sur. ~ OUT!-: gardal, atention! TO ~ UP TO

LOOKING-GLASS -- spegul

LOOK-OUT -- perspective; observator. ~ TOWER: belvidere

LOOM -- textuore; v. aparir lentmen in lontanie

LOOP -- lace, node current; v. lacear. TO ~ THE ~: culbutar

LOOPHOLE -- apertura; (way out) via escapatori

LOOSE -- a. lax, deligat, infirm, labil; ínprecis; debochant; v. liberar, decatenar

LOOSEN -- deligar, laxar, detender

LOOT -- v. pilliar (-age, -ator) marodar

LOP -- dehaccar. LOPPINGS: ramallia

LOP-EARED -- con oreles pendent

LOPSIDED -- ínsimetric

LOQUACIOUS -- parlaci, babillaci, loquaci

LORD -- dómino; nobilo; Senior; mastro; (Title) Lord; v. (to ~ it) tirannisar

LORDLY -- nobil, magnanim

LORDSHIP -- (your ~) vor Seniorie, vor Excellentie

LORE -- instruction, scientie

LORGNETTE -- lorniette

LORRY -- carre, camion, furgon

LOSE -- perdir; (of clock) tardar; (one's temper) incolerar se

LOSS -- perde. TO BE AT A ~: ne saver

LOT -- fate, destine; (collection) portion, parte, quote; quantitá; (drawn) lot (-ar). A ~ OF: mult

LOTH -- avers, desinclinat

LOTION -- ~

LOTTERY -- loteríe

LOTUS -- ~

LOUD -- sonori, bruiosi, vocosi, fort

LOUD-SPEAKER -- altparlator

LOUGH -- golfe; lago

LOUNGE -- v. flanar; reposar; n. salon; sofa

LOUSE -- pedicul (-at, -ut)

LOUT -- grossiero, rustico, plumpon

LOVABLE -- amabil

LOVE -- n. amore, afection; (sport) null, zero; v. amar

LOVE, TO FALL IN -- inamorar se

LOVE, TO MAKE -- cortesar

LOVELY -- bell, graciosi, charmant

LOVER -- amante; (of art, sport) amator

LOVING -- amant, amorosi

LOW -- a. bass; (deep) profund; (of mind) vili, bass; (in spirits) trist, morni; (weak) debil; (of dress) decolté; v. muir

LOWER -- a. inferiori, plu bass; v. abassar; far descenDer; diminuer; humiliar; (of weather) menaciar

LOWLAND -- bass terren, planage

LOWLY -- humil, bass

LOYAL -- ~ (-itá, -ist), fidel

LOZENGE -- (sweet) pastille; (geom.) rombe

LUBRICATE -- lubrificar (-ation)

LUBRICIOUS -- lubric

LUCERNE -- (bot.) ~

LUCID -- ~ (-itá, -ar), clar, distint

LUCIFER -- (match) inflammette

LUCK -- fortun, felicie; hasarde, chance. GOOD ~!: bon chance!

LUCKY -- felici, de bon chance

LUCRE -- ~ (-ar, -ativ)

LUCUBRATION -- dissertation, lucubration

LUDICROUS -- ridicul, drolli, risibil, burlesc

LUFF -- (naut.) luv (-ar)

LUG -- v. trenar

LUGGAGE -- bagage

LUGGER -- lugre

LUGUBRIOUS -- lugubri, morni, funebri

LUKEWARM -- tepid; índiferent

LULL -- v. lullar, calmar; n. pause; (mar.) acalmie

LULLABY -- lullicant

LUMBAGO -- ~

LUMBAR -- (med.) lumbari

LUMBER -- antiquallia, carpentallia, ligne

LUMINARY -- astre

LUMINOUS -- luminosi (-tá), lucent

LUMP -- bul, masse, pezze; (of earth) glebe; (protuberance) bosse; v. amassar

LUMPISH -- ponderosi, pesant, gross

LUMPY -- bulbosi

LUNACY -- dementie, alienitá, frenesie

LUNAR -- lunari

LUNATIC -- ~; n. alienato, lunatico

LUNCH -- ~ (-ar)

LUNG -- pulmon (-ari)

LUNGE -- pussa, colpe

LUPIN -- lupine

LUPUS -- ~

LURCH -- v. chancelar; (naut.) girar. TO LEAVE IN THE ~: abandonar, monstrar se ínfidibil

LURE -- ~ (-ar)

LURID -- a. livid; nigri-yelb; lugubri, sinistri

LURK -- guatar

LUSCIOUS -- deliciosi, gustosissim

LUSH -- sucosi, rich; verdi

LUST -- sensualitá, lascivitá, voluptá, apetite, cupiditá

LUSTFUL -- lasciv

LUSTRE -- ~, brillie

LUSTROUS -- lustrosi, splendent

LUSTY -- robust, vigorosi

LUTE -- -; (chem.) mastic

LUXURIANT -- luxuriosi, exuberant

LUXURIATE -- luxuriar

LUXURY -- luxu (-osi)

LYCEUM -- licéo (-ano)

LYE -- lixive

LYING -- a. mentaci

LYMPH -- limfa (-tic)

LTNCH -- v. linchar

LYNX -- n. linx

LYRE -- lire

LYRIC -- a. liric; n. lirica