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  • 1 Lass — may refer to:In fictional characters: *George Lass, a fictional character on Dead Like Me *Lightning Lass, a fictional superheroine *Shadow Lass, a fictional superheroinePeople with the surname Lass: *Donna Lass (born c. 1945), possible victim of …

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  • 2 Lass — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Barbara Lass (1940–1995; bürgerlich Barbara (Basia) Kwiatkowska), polnische Filmschauspielerin Klaus Lass (* 1950), deutscher Musiker und Sänger Lisbeth Lass (* 1940), österreichische Verfassungsrichterin… …

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  • 3 LASS — (Lunar Applications of a Spent Stage) fue un proyecto diseñado para la instalación de una base lunar tripulada. Este programa fue estudiado por la compañía norteamericana McDonnell Douglas Corp. en la década de los años 60, y preveía la… …

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  • 4 Lass — (l[.a]s), n. [OE. lasse; prob. of Celtic origin; cf. W. llodes girl, fem. of llawd lad. [root]123. See {Lad} a youth.] A young woman; a girl; a sweetheart. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 lass — lass:⇨kraftlos …

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  • 6 lass — [læs] n also las|sie [ˈlæsi] [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] a girl or young woman used especially in Scotland and the north of England →↑lad …

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  • 7 lass — [ læs ] noun count SCOTTISH a girl or young woman …

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  • 8 lass — young woman, c.1300, probably from a Scandinavian source akin to O.Swed. lèsk kona unmarried woman, but also perhaps related to O.N. löskr idle, weak, W.Fris. lask light, thin. Liberman suggests O.Dan. las rag. Slang words for rag sometimes… …

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  • 9 lass — ↑ lässig, ↑ letzen …

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  • 10 lass — [n] young woman colleen, damsel, female, girl, lassie, maid, maiden, miss, missy; concepts 548,585 …

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  • 11 lass — (also lassie) ► NOUN chiefly Scottish & N. English ▪ a girl or young woman. ORIGIN from Old Norse, unmarried …

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  • 12 lass — [las] n. [north ME lasce, lasse: prob. < Anglo N * lasqa < ON lǫskr, weak, idle < IE * lēid , var. of base * lēi > LATE, LET1] 1. a young woman; girl 2. a sweetheart 3. Scot. a girl servant; maid …

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  • 13 lass — cut·lass; lass; wind·lass·er; wind·lass; …

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  • 14 lass — [[t]læ̱s[/t]] lasses N COUNT; N VOC A lass is a young woman or girl. [mainly SCOTTISH or NORTHERN ENGLISH] Anne is a Lancashire lass from Longton, near Preston... What is it, lass? Finlay cried …

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  • 15 lass —    This would be the normal word for ‘girl’ in the north of England, extending down to the northern Midlands. It is the Scottish term as well, together with its diminutive form, ‘lassie’. When Mellors, the gamekeeper in Lady Chatterley’s Lover,… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 16 lass — ● las ou lass nom masculin Racloir composé d une planche de bois et d un très long manche, qui sert à la récolte du sel sur les marais salants. ● las ou lass (homonymes) nom masculin lace forme conjuguée du verbe lacer lacent forme conjuguée du… …

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  • 17 lass — UK [læs] / US noun [countable] Word forms lass : singular lass plural lasses Scottish a girl, or a young woman …

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  • 18 lass — /las/, n. 1. a girl or young woman, esp. one who is unmarried. 2. a female sweetheart: a young lad and his lass. [1250 1300; ME las, lasse, of uncert. orig.] * * * …

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  • 19 lass — noun /læs/ a) A young woman or girl. Come and dance, ye lads and lasses! b) A sweetheart. See Also: buffer lass, lad, lassie …

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  • 20 lass — • last, packning, lass …

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