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luzzle

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: to snuggle up in a blanket
    Example Sentence: I like to luzzle by the fire on a cold night.
    Submitted by: Erin from FL, USA on 11/21/2010 03:22

lycanthropology

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the study of werewolves
    Word History: from lycan (a man cursed to be a werewolf) and -ology(the study of)
    Example Sentence: I would like to enter the field of lycanthropology.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 11/18/2007 04:54

lycine

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a lie about your medical history
    Word History: lying - vaccine
    Example Sentence: He told the doctor a lycine about how he had broken his arm.
    Submitted by: KupKace from LA, USA on 04/17/2008 09:05

lygu

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: quarrelsome , unpleasant to any sense
    Word History: came from the English word ugly
    Example Sentence: That girl is lygu. I don't like lygu men.
    Submitted by: Kim from Taguig City, Philippines on 09/09/2007 03:09

lyho

  1. Function: abbreviation
    Definition: laugh your head off
    Example Sentence: Stop laughing or else you'll lyho.
    Submitted by: Zoe from Canada on 10/24/2007 09:09

lyoko

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a virtual world
    Word History: none
    Example Sentence: We have to get to lyoko quick!
    Submitted by: Elijah G. from Florida, U.S.A. on 09/13/2007 08:47

lyquin

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an unidentified fish-eating, toothless shark
    Example Sentence: The lyquin had trouble biting into the tuna and had to swallow the fish whole.
    Submitted by: Allison from Maine, USA on 01/28/2009 06:39

lyre

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to tire early: to be lazy
    Example Sentence: I'm lyred on Sunday mornings.
    Submitted by: Chilson from Connecticut, USA on 06/02/2008 10:37

lyrrativlic

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: having both lyrical and narrative qualities as a poem
    Example Sentence: "Casey at the Bat" is lyrrativlic with its story-telling rhyme and rhythm.
    Submitted by: Luke from Pennsylvania, USA on 01/16/2008 06:01