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[Lifted from la:lead, and partially translated so the gist can be gotten. en:lead uses a different format.]

English I[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • /lɛd/ (Americane)

Etymology[edit]

Anglica media leed, ab Anglica antiqua léad.

Noun[edit]

lead (materiale; pl: leads)

  1. plumbum (-ī, n.) || Elementum 82.
  2. Res plumbea, praesertim:
    1. Plumbea perpendiculi.
    2. (typographia) Segmentum metallicum qui lineas typi separat.
  3. Plumbago, ut pars plumbi sive lapidis scriptorii quae scribet.
    1. Cylindrus plumbaginis, qui in plumbis ponitur.

Collocations[edit]

English II[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • /lɛd/ (Americane)

Etymology[edit]

A leadplumbum”.

Verb[edit]

lead

  1. plumbo (-āre, -āvī, -ātum)
  2. (typographia) Ponere segmenta metalla inter lineas separatum eas.

Derived terms[edit]

English III[edit]

Partes principales
praes. III.sg. leads
part. praes. leading
praet. led
part. praet. led

Pronunciation[edit]

  • Americane
    lead: /lid/
    led: /lɛd/

Etymology[edit]

Anglica media leden, ab Anglica antiqua lǽdan, a Germanica prisca *laidjan, a lingua prisca Indoeuropaea *leit-abire”.

Transitive verb[edit]

lead

  1. duco (-ere, duxī, ductum)
    1. Ducere cum manu, loro, etc.: the blind leading the blind
    2. Ducere per viam: all roads lead to Rome
    3. Ducere cum potestate: lead an army
    4. Ducere animam alicuius: lead into sin
  2. praecedo (-ere, praecessī, praecessum)
  3. Inducere in aliquid.
  4. Ferre vitam; vivere; lead a life of luxury

Intransitive verb[edit]

lead

  1. Eminere.

English IV[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • /lid/ (Americane)

Etymology[edit]

A leadducere”. Confer Anglica antiqua lád.

Noun[edit]

lead (pl: leads)

  1. ductus (-ūs, m.)
  2. Factum praecedendi, vel status praecedens.