See also: Lez, lež, łez, and leż

EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

First syllable of lesbian.

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NounEdit

lez (plural lezzes)

  1. (slang can be vulgar) Lesbian.

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  • lezb

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AlbanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *leit 'to be disgusted; to violate'. Compare Ancient Greek ἀλείτης (aleitēs, profane, sacrilegious), Old Irish liuss (repugnance), Old Norse leiðr (unpleasant, detested), English loath. Related to lyth.

NounEdit

lez f (indefinite plural lezë, definite singular leza, definite plural lezët)

  1. wart
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CzechEdit

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lez

  1. imperative singular of lézt

FrenchEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Late Latin latus (next to), from Latin latus (side).

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PrepositionEdit

lez

  1. (obsolete) next to, near (still used in some place names)
    • Saint-André-lez-Lille est une ville proche de Lille.
      Saint-André-lez-Lille is a town near Lille.

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lez m (oblique plural lez, nominative singular lez, nominative plural lez)

  1. side

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