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lares in the religion of ancient Rome, gods or spirits, as of ancestors, that watched over a household.
lares and penates see "lares," "penates." [2 definitions]
largando allargando.
large of greater size, amount, scope, or proportion than the average; not small. [2 definitions]
large calorie see "calorie."
largehearted characterized by sympathy, kindness, and generosity.
large intestine in vertebrates, the relatively large section of the intestines that includes the cecum, colon, and rectum.
largely in large part; to a large extent; chiefly. [2 definitions]
large-minded tolerant in one's views; liberal or broad-minded.
largemouth bass a freshwater food and game fish found in warm, sluggish waters.
larger-than-life having qualities or behaviors that seem magnified or exaggerated beyond those of ordinary human beings; impressive; imposing.
large-scale large in scope or extent. [2 definitions]
largess liberality in giving, esp. money, and often with an implication of the giver's superiority. [2 definitions]
larghetto moderately slow; somewhat faster than largo (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]
largish somewhat or rather large.
largo in a slow, solemn, or stately manner (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]
lari the smaller monetary unit of the Maldives. (Cf. rupee.)
lariat a long rope with a slipping noose at one end, used to catch running animals such as cattle or horses.
lark1 any of various songbirds with a long hind claw, esp. the skylark. [2 definitions]
lark2 a gay, carefree adventure or amusement. [4 definitions]
larkspur any of several plants that bear bright, spurred flowers in blue, pink, or white on an upright stalk; delphinium.