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lulu Explained

lulu at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:


lulu at English => English (English Etymology) Of Explained:

"remarkable person or thing," 1886 (first attested in a baseball article from New Orleans, U.S.), perhaps from earlier looly "beautiful girl," of unknown origin. ///

LULU at English => English (acronym) Of Explained:

Locally Unwanted Land Uses

lulu at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

20 Moby Thesaurus words for "lulu":
ace, beaut, corker, crackerjack, daisy, dandy, darb, dilly, dream,
honey, humdinger, killer-diller, knockout, lollapaloosa, peach,
pip, pippin, sweetheart, the nuts, whiz

lulu at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

n : a very attractive or seductive looking woman [syn: {smasher},
{stunner}, {knockout}, {beauty}, {ravisher}, {sweetheart},
{peach}, {looker}, {mantrap}, {dish}]

lulu at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » Lulu|LULU|lùlu|lùlù|lǚlǚ|lǜlǚ



Inter: en-nou » n
  • A remarkable person, object or idea; a doozie; a beauty; a humdinger.
    1. A very attractive or seductive person.


      * Inter: sense » remarkable person object or idea exception, unexpected, ace, innovation, champion, comedy, cool, surprise, neato

  • Inter: sense » very attractive or seductive person , babe, beauty, cutie, doll Inter: qualifier » woman, dream, dreamboat, fox, peach, siren, stunna/stunner


    * Inter: sense » very attractive or seductive person dog Inter: qualifier » woman, fright, monster, monstrosity, sight

  • Samoan


    Inter: head » sm|noun
  • barn owl

  • Category: Category:sm:Animals -
    Translation: el » lulu
    Translation: fr » lulu
    Translation: io » lulu
    Translation: id » lulu
    Translation: sw » lulu
    Translation: mg » lulu
    Translation: pl » lulu
    Translation: pt » lulu
    Translation: vi » lulu
    Translation: zh » lulu

    Lulu at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » lulu|lùlu|lùlù|lǚlǚ|lǜlǚ


    Proper noun

    Inter: en-proper nou » n
  • Inter: given name » female|diminutive=Louisa, Louise or Lucy, or of their variant forms.
    1. 1860 Minnie S. Davis, The Rival School-Mates, Category: w - :The Ladies' Repository|The Ladies' Repository, Vol. 28-29, A. Tompkins (1860), page 500:
    2. : "Do excuse me, and forgive my inquisitiveness. I was struck with the name Lulu." "You think it a baby name," she said, laughing. "O, no; it is wonderfully sweet to me! and may I sometimes call you so?"
    3. 1920 Category: w - :Zona Gale|Zona Gale, Category: s - :Miss Lulu Bett (novel)/I|Miss Lulu Bett:
    4. : There emerged from the fringe of things, where she perpetually hovered, Mrs. Deacon's older sister, Lulu Bett, who was "making her home with us." And that was precisely the case. They were not making her a home, goodness knows. Lulu was the family beast of burden.

    Usage notes

    * Fairly popular as a formal given name in the latter half of the 19th century.


    Etymology 1

    From a diminuive of Luise and other female names beginning with Lu-.

    Proper noun

    Inter: head » de|proper noun
  • Inter: given name » female|lang=de; rare today.

    Etymology 2

    Inter: rf » e


    Inter: head » de|noun {{n}}

  • urine (Austrian child language)
    * Pipi
    • Urin

    Translation: de » Lulu
    Translation: el » Lulu
    Translation: fr » Lulu
    Translation: id » Lulu
    Translation: pl » Lulu
    Translation: ru » Lulu
    Translation: sr » Lulu
    Translation: fi » Lulu

  • LULU at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » lulu|Lulu


    Inter: wikipedia » Locally unwanted land use


    Coined 1981 by American urban planning professor Inter: w » Frank J. Popper in his paper, “Siting LULUs”, Inter: w » Planning Magazine.[]


    Inter: head » en|noun
  • Locally unwanted land use.

    See also

    * BANANA
    • NIMBY


    Category: Category:English acronyms -

  • Related words:

    Luluabourg  luluala  luludya  luludyarel  luludyi  luludyol  luluka  Lulul  lululs  lulus  lulusan