Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word lei. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in lei.
Definitions and meaning of lei
enPR: lā, IPA(key): /leɪ/
Homophones: lay, ley
A garland of flowers in Hawaii.
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plural of leu
%ile, -ile, Eli, Ile, LIE, Lie, ile, lie
From Middle Dutchleye, probably an old Germanic loan from Gaulish*lēi, from Proto-Celtic*līwanks (compare *līwos(“stone”)), from Proto-Indo-European*leh₁w-(“stone”), see also Ancient Greekλᾶας(lâas, “stone”), Albanianlerë(“boulder”).
leif (pluralleien, diminutiveleitjen)
(uncountable) slate (material)
(countable) slate (object)
met een schone lei herbeginnen
From Middle Dutchleide, with a change gi > i similar to that seen in brein.
(archaic) singular imperative of leggen
A lei (Hawaiian garland of flowers).
(nonstandard, obsolete) A leu (unit of currency of Romania and Moldova).
(unit of currency):leu
From Latinlegere, present active infinitive of legō.
lei (past participlelet)
From Old Portugueselei, ley, from earlier lee, from Latinlex, lēgem, from Proto-Italic*lēg-, from Proto-Indo-European*leǵ-s < *leǵ-.
law (clarification of this definition is needed)
religion, credence, worship of a god
plural of leu
lei, a wreath of flowers or leaves
( by extension ) child, carried on the shoulders like a lei
From Vulgar Latin*illei or *illaei, which is a Vulgar Latin form of Classical Latinillī (dative singular of illa). The Vulgar Latin form *illei is modelled under influence of Vulgar Latin*illūi, whence also lui.
The formal address Lei appears in the 16th century in connection with Signoria(“Lordship”), Eccellenza(“Excellency”), Santità(“Holiness”) and Magnificenza, alongside Voi.
leif (pluralloro, masculinelui)
1320, Dante Alighieri, Divine Comedy, Amadeo Augusto Lange (1788), page 161:
La pioggia cadde, e a’ foſſati venne / Di lei ciò che la terra non ſofferſe
The rain fell and into the channels ran / Whatever of it was not absorbed by the ground
ca. 1349-1353, Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron, Tipografia della Società Belgica (1841), page 228:
[…] videro il drappo, et in quello la testa, non ancor sì consumata, che essi alla capellatura crespa non conoscessero lei esser quella di Lorenzo.
[…] they saw the cloth and the head wrapped inside it, which was not yet sufficiently decomposed that they could not help but identify it, from the curly hair, as being Lorenzo’s.
ca. 1349-1353, Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron, Tipografia della Società Belgica (1841), page 512:
[…] Filomena in ciò che dell’amistà dice, racconta il vero, e con ragione nel fine delle sue parole si dolse lei oggi così poco da’ mortali esser gradita.
[…] Philomena is in the right as to what she has said upon friendship; and it was with reason she complained, last of all, of its being in such little esteem with mankind […]
La banana di Stranalandia è alla base dell’economia dell’isola. Senza di lei la vita qui sarebbe molto dura.
The banana of Strangeland forms the basis of the island’s economy. Without it, life here would be very tough.
dare del lei
dare del lei
second-person singular imperative of leien
Pinyin transcription of 嘞
Nonstandard spelling of lēi.
Nonstandard spelling of léi.
Nonstandard spelling of lěi.
Nonstandard spelling of lèi.
English transcriptions of Mandarin speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Mandarin language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.
(Kautokeino) IPA(key): /ˈlej/
third-person singular past indicative of leat
From Old Norseleiðr.
lei (masculine and femininelei, neuterleit, definite singular and pluralleie, comparativeleiere, indefinite superlativeleiest, definite superlativeleieste)
From Old Norseleið.
leif or m (definite singularleiaorleien, indefinite pluralleier, definite pluralleiene)