Large-acred to Lasso
(Large"-a`cred) a. Possessing much land.
(Large"-hand`ed) a. Having large hands. Fig.: Taking, or giving, in large quantities; rapacious
(Large"-heart`ed) a. Having a large or generous heart or disposition; noble; liberal.
(Large"ly), adv. In a large manner. Dryden. Milton.
(Large"ness), n. The quality or state of being large.
(Lar"gess, Lar"gesse) n. [F. largesse, fr. large. See Large, a.]
1. Liberality; generosity; bounty. [Obs.]
Fulfilled of largesse and of all grace.Chaucer.
2. A present; a gift; a bounty bestowed.
The heralds finished their proclamation with their usual cry of "Largesse, largesse, gallant knights!" and
gold and silver pieces were showered on them from the galleries.Sir W. Scott.
(Lar"get) n. [Cf. F. larget.] A short piece of bar iron for rolling into a sheet; a small billet.
(||Lar*ghet"to) a. & adv. [It., dim. of largo largo.] (Mus.) Somewhat slow or slowly, but not
so slowly as largo, and rather more so than andante.
(Lar*gif"i*cal) a. [L. largificus; largus large + facere.] Generous; ample; liberal. [Obs.]
(Lar*gif"lu*ous) a. [L. largifluus; large abundantly + fluere to flow.] Flowing copiously.
(Lar*gil"o*quent) a. [Cf. L. largiloquus.] Grandiloquent. [Obs.]
(Lar"gish) a. Somewhat large. [Colloq.]
(Lar*gi"tion) [L. largitio, fr. largiri, p. p. largitus, to give bountifully.] The bestowment of a
largess or gift. [Obs.]
(||Lar"go) a. & adv. [It., large, L. largus, See Large.] (Mus.) Slow or slowly; more so than
adagio; next in slowness to grave, which is also weighty and solemn. n. A movement or piece in
(Lar"i*at) n. [Sp. la reata the rope; la the + reata rope. Cf. Reata.] A long, slender rope
made of hemp or strips of hide, esp. one with a noose; used as a lasso for catching cattle, horses,
etc., and for picketing a horse so that he can graze without wandering. [Mexico & Western U.S.]
(Lar"i*at) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lariated; p. pr. & vb. n. Lariating.] To secure with a lariat fastened
to a stake, as a horse or mule for grazing; also, to lasso or catch with a lariat. [Western U.S.]
(La"rine) a. (Zoöl.) Of or pertaining to the Gull family
(Lar`ix*in"ic) a. (Chem.) Of, or derived from, the larch (Larix); as, larixinic acid.
(Lark) n. [Perh fr. AS. lac play, sport. Cf. Lake, v. i.] A frolic; a jolly time. [Colloq.] Dickens.