2. To hand extended from the mouth, as the tongue of an ox or a log when heated with labor or exertion.

The triple porter of the Stygian seat,
With lolling tongue, lay fawning at thy feet.

3. To let the tongue hang from the mouth, as an ox, dog, or other animal, when heated by labor; as, the ox stood lolling in the furrow.

(Loll), v. t. To let hang from the mouth, as the tongue.

Fierce tigers couched around and lolled their fawning tongues.

(Lol"lard) n. [LL. Lollardi, Lullardi, from Walter Lolhardus, a German; cf. LG. & D. lollen to mumble, to hum, sing in a murmuring strain; hence, OD. lollaerd a mumbler, i. e., of prayers or psalms, which was prob. the origin of the name. See Loll, Lull.] (Eccl. Hist.) (a) One of a sect of early reformers in Germany. (b) One of the followers of Wyclif in England. [Called also Loller.]

By Lollards all know the Wyclifities are meant, so called from Walter Lollardus, one of their teachers in Germany.

(Lol"lard*ism Lol"lard*y) n. The doctrines or principles of the Lollards.

(Loll"er) n. [See Loll.]

1. One who lolls.

2. An idle vagabond. [Obs.] Piers Plowman.

3. A Lollard.

(Loll"ing*ly), adv. In a lolling manner. Buckle.

(Lol"li*pop) n. [Perhaps fr. Prov. E. loll to soothe + pope a mixed liquor.] A kind of sugar confection which dissolves easily in the mouth. Thackeray.

(Lol"lop) v. i. [From Loll.] To move heavily; to lounge or idle; to loll. [Low.] Charles Reade.

(||Lo"ma) n.; pl. Lomata [NL., fr. Gr. a fringe.] (Zoöl.) A lobe; a membranous fringe or flap.

(Lo*mat"i*nous) a. [See Loma.] (Zoöl.) Furnished with lobes or flaps.

(Lom"bard) a. Of or pertaining to Lombardy, or the inhabitants of Lombardy.

(Lom"bard), n. [F. lombard, fr. the Longobardi or Langobardi, i. e., Longbeards, a people of Northern Germany, west of the Elbe, and afterward in Northern Italy. See Long, and Beard, and cf. Lumber.]

1. A native or inhabitant of Lombardy.

2. A money lender or banker; — so called because the business of banking was first carried on in London by Lombards.

3. Same as Lombard-house.

A Lombard unto this day signifying a bank for usury or pawns.

4. (Mil.) A form of cannon formerly in use. Prescott.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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