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lad a boy or young man. [2 definitions]
ladder a pair of upright supports connected by cross bars or rungs, used for climbing. [2 definitions]
ladder-back chair a chair having a back formed of horizontal slats between two uprights, resembling a ladder.
lade to load with cargo. [6 definitions]
laden loaded with a great burden; weighted. [3 definitions]
la-di-da an expression of derision at affectation or pretentiousness. [3 definitions]
ladies' man a man who is extremely attentive to women and who seeks and enjoys their company.
ladies' room a public lavatory or restroom for women and girls.
lading the act of loading. [2 definitions]
Ladino a language of Sephardic Jews that is a combination of Spanish, Hebrew, and other elements. [2 definitions]
ladle a spoon with a long handle and a deep bowl for transferring or serving liquids. [2 definitions]
lady a polite term for a woman or girl. [3 definitions]
ladybird any of numerous small beetles, often orange with black spots, that feed mostly on aphids and scale insects;ladybug.
ladybug any of numerous small beetles, often orange with black spots, that feed mostly on aphids and scale insects.
ladyfinger a short, narrow sponge cake shaped like a finger.
lady-in-waiting a lady of a royal court who serves a queen or princess.
ladykiller (informal) a man who is thought by himself or others to be irresistibly fascinating to women.
ladylike like, characteristic of, or befitting a lady; cultivated; refined; well-bred. [2 definitions]
ladyship (often cap.) the title used when referring or speaking directly to a woman with the rank of lady (often prec. by Her or Your). [2 definitions]
lady's man see ladies' man.
lady's room see ladies' room.