Locale to Locust
(||Lo`cale") n. [F. local.]
1. A place, spot, or location.
2. A principle, practice, form of speech, or other thing of local use, or limited to a locality.
1. The state or quality of being local; affection for a particular place.
2. A method of speaking or acting peculiar to a certain district; a local idiom or phrase.
(Lo*cal"i*ty) n.; pl. Localitiees [L. localitas: cf. F. localité.]
1. The state, or condition, of belonging to a definite place, or of being contained within definite limits.
It is thought that the soul and angels are devoid of quantityGlanvill.
and dimension, and that they have nothing to
do with grosser locality.
2. Position; situation; a place; a spot; esp., a geographical place or situation, as of a mineral or plant.
3. Limitation to a county, district, or place; as, locality of trial. Blackstone.
4. (Phren.) The perceptive faculty concerned with the ability to remember the relative positions of places.
Cerebral localization (Physiol.), the localization of the control of special functions, as of sight or of the
various movements of the body, in special regions of the brain.
(Lo`cal*i*za"tion) n. [Cf. F. localisation.] Act of localizing, or state of being localized.
(Lo"cal*ize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Localized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Localizing ] [Cf. F. localiser.
See Local.] To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place. H. Spencer. Wordsworth.
(Lo"cal*ly), adv. With respect to place; in place; as, to be locally separated or distant.
(Lo"cate) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Located ; p. pr. & vb. n. Locating.] [L. locatus, p. p. of locare
to place, fr. locus place. See Local.]
1. To place; to set in a particular spot or position.
The captives and emigrants whom he brought with him were located in the trans-Tiberine quarter.B. F.
2. To designate the site or place of; to define the limits of; as, to locate a public building; to locate a
mining claim; to locate (the land granted by) a land warrant.
That part of the body in which the sense of touch is located.H. Spencer.
(Lo"cate), v. i. To place one's self; to take up one's residence; to settle. [Colloq.]
(Lo*ca"tion) n. [L. locatio, fr. locare.]
1. The act or process of locating.
2. Situation; place; locality. Locke.
3. That which is located; a tract of land designated in place. [U.S.]