l.

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

l. (plural ll.)

  1. Abbreviation of leaf.
  2. (law) Abbreviation of line.
  3. Alternative form of l (pound (sterling))

Usage notes[edit]

This is the customary abbreviation of this term as used in legal citation. See, e.g., The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, Nineteenth Edition (2010), "Subdivisions", Table T16, p. 472-73.

Adjective[edit]

l. (not comparable)

  1. Abbreviation of left.
    l. com. car. a.left common carotid artery

German[edit]

Adverb[edit]

l.

  1. Abbreviation of links.

Adjective[edit]

l.

  1. Abbreviation of lateinisch.

Verb[edit]

l. (imperative only, not conjugated)

  1. Abbreviation of lies and of the Latin lege (imperatives both meaning “read”).
    • 1926–8, Leumann–Hofmann–Szantyr, Lateinische Grammatik I: Lateinische Laut- und Formenlehre (2nd ed., 1977), Formenlehre Nomen II.B, § 273:1.d, page 290:
      Das Hauptzeugnis für gr. -ειος, der aeol. Gebrauch von patronym. -ειος bei o-Stämmen, ist eine Neuerung; dieses -ειος ist als Universalsuffix auch bei Kons.-Stämmen verwendet; und es stammt als -ios-Ableitung von den Namen auf -ης, so -ειος neben -ης in Thessalien, Schwyzer, Del. 567 (-ης als -εις geschrieben) l. 80 f. Ἱπποϰράτειος, 99 f. Ἀντιφάνειος, 112 Ἀντιγένειος; auf Lesbos patronym. 623, 56 Ἱερογένειος, 640 Σωγένειος, weibl. 621, 11 als Name Ἑλλανοϰράτεια; das Muster für mask. -γένειος usw. war vermutlich nicht-patronym. fem. -εια (hom. ἠριγένεια, Ἰφιγένεια, Εὐρύϰλεια oder -ϰλέεια).
      The main evidence for Greek -ειος, the Aeolic use of patronymic -ειος with o-stems, is an innovation; this -ειος is used as a universal suffix with consonant stems; and it derives from nouns in -ης as a -ios-derivation, thus -ειος [is] near -ης in Thessaly, Schwyzer, Del. 567 (-ης written as -εις) vid. 80 f. Ἱπποϰράτειος, 99 f. Ἀντιφάνειος, 112 Ἀντιγένειος; patronymic on Lesbos 623, 56 Ἱερογένειος, 640 Σωγένειος, fem. 621, 11 as the name Ἑλλανοϰράτεια; the example for the masculine -γένειος etc. was presumably the non-patronymic fem. -εια (Homeric ἠριγένεια, Ἰφιγένεια, Εὐρύϰλεια or -ϰλέεια).

Hungarian[edit]

Noun[edit]

l. (plural l.-ok)

  1. Abbreviation of lap (page, sheet).
    2. k., 65. l.vol. 2, p. 65
  2. Abbreviation of lakos (inhabitant).

Declension[edit]

Sense 1:

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative l. l.-ok
accusative l.-ot l.-okat
dative l.-nak l.-oknak
instrumental l.-pal l.-okkal
causal-final l.-ért l.-okért
translative l.-pá l.-okká
terminative l.-ig l.-okig
essive-formal l.-ként l.-okként
essive-modal
inessive l.-ban l.-okban
superessive l.-on l.-okon
adessive l.-nál l.-oknál
illative l.-ba l.-okba
sublative l.-ra l.-okra
allative l.-hoz l.-okhoz
elative l.-ból l.-okból
delative l.-ról l.-okról
ablative l.-tól l.-októl

Sense 2:

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative l. l.-ok
accusative l.-t l.-okat
dative l.-nak l.-oknak
instrumental l.-sal l.-okkal
causal-final l.-ért l.-okért
translative l.-sá l.-okká
terminative l.-ig l.-okig
essive-formal l.-ként l.-okként
essive-modal
inessive l.-ban l.-okban
superessive l.-on l.-okon
adessive l.-nál l.-oknál
illative l.-ba l.-okba
sublative l.-ra l.-okra
allative l.-hoz l.-okhoz
elative l.-ból l.-okból
delative l.-ról l.-okról
ablative l.-tól l.-októl

Adjective[edit]

l. (not comparable)

  1. Abbreviation of levelező (corresponding).
    l. tag (1990)corresponding member (1990)

Declension[edit]

Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, front rounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative l. l.-k
accusative l.-t l.-ket
dative l.-nek l.-knek
instrumental l.-vel l.-kkel
causal-final l.-ért l.-kért
translative l.-vé l.-kké
terminative l.-ig l.-kig
essive-formal l.-ként l.-kként
essive-modal
inessive l.-ben l.-kben
superessive l.-n l.-kön
adessive l.-nél l.-knél
illative l.-be l.-kbe
sublative l.-re l.-kre
allative l.-höz l.-khöz
elative l.-ből l.-kből
delative l.-ről l.-kről
ablative l.-től l.-ktől

Verb[edit]

l.

  1. Abbreviation of lásd (see [imperative]); also ld.
    l. a 62. o.-onsee p. 62

Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

l.

  1. Abbreviation of liber.

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Abbreviation of lice.

Abbreviation[edit]

l. (Cyrillic spelling л.)

  1. (grammar) (person of a verb).

Etymology 2[edit]

Abbreviation of list.

Abbreviation[edit]

l. (Cyrillic spelling л.)

  1. (publishing) list (sheet, leaf, page).

Swedish[edit]

Abbreviation[edit]

l.

  1. (lexicography) or; Abbreviation of eller.