Lu-ta
geographical name — see Dalian

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • LU'TA — Koyunun boynunda olan karalık. * Siyah hat …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • lu|ta|nist — «LOO tuh nihst», noun. a player on the lute: »I have heard Gog Owza, the lutanist, playing his lute (Lord Dunsany). Also, lutenist. ╂[< Medieval Latin lutanista < lutana lute] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Yeh-Lu Ta-Shih — Yelü Dashi Yelü Dashi (耶律大石 Yēlǜ Dàshí ou 耶律達實 Yēlǜ Dáshí), Ye liu Ta che ou Yeh Lu Ta Shih (r. 1124 1142) est le fondateur de la dynastie Liao de l Ouest, ou khanat Kara Khitans (1130 1218). Après que les Khitans soient chassé de Chine du Nord… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • as|so|lu|ta — «AHS soh LOO tah», adjective. 1. designating a rank in an opera or ballet company higher than that of prima donna or prima ballerina; absolute: »prima ballerina assoluta. 2. = solo. (Cf. ↑solo) ╂[< Italian assoluta < Latin absolūtus free,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mo|ri|tu|ri te sa|lu|ta|mus — «MR uh TYUR y tee SAL yuh TAY muhs, MOHR », Latin. we who are about to die salute thee (the salute of Roman gladiators) …   Useful english dictionary

  • sa|lu|ta|to|ry — «suh LOO tuh TR ee, TOHR », adjective, noun, plural ries. –adj. 1. expressing greeting; welcoming. 2. U.S. designating the address by the salutatorian at graduation exercises in a college or school. –n. 1. an address of greeting. 2. an opening… …   Useful english dictionary

  • va|lu|ta — «vah LOO tah», noun. 1. the fixed value of a nation s currency in terms of a foreign currency. 2. the fixed rate of exchange between a nation s currency and a specified foreign currency. ╂[< Italian valuta (literally) value, originally past… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sa·lu·ta·to·ri·an — /səˌluːtəˈtorijən/ noun, pl ans [count] US : the student who has the second best grades in a graduating class compare ↑valedictorian …   Useful english dictionary

  • lu — ab·lu·tion; ab·so·lu·tion; acel·lu·lar; ace·to·to·lu·i·dide; ac·o·lu·thic; ad·i·po·cel·lu·lose; ad·lu·mia; ad·lu·mi·dine; ad·lu·mine; ad·vo·lu·tion; ae·lu·roid; ae·lu·roi·dea; ae·lu·rop·o·dous; ae·lu·ro·pus; ae·lu·rus; ai·lu·roi·dea;… …   English syllables

  • ta — ab·lac·ta·tion; ab·sen·ta·tion; abu·ta; ac·cep·ta·tion; ac·cli·ma·ta·tion; ac·cred·i·ta·tion; ac·er·a·ta; ac·e·ta·tion; ac·e·ta·to ; ach·e·ta; achor·da·ta; acoe·lo·ma·ta; acra·ni·a·ta; ac·ro·tre·ta; ac·ta; ac·ti·no·my·ce·ta·ce·ae;… …   English syllables

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