- n. A meadow.
- From Middle English legh, lege, lei "clearing, open ground" from Old English lēah "clearing in a forest" from Proto-Germanic *lauhō (“meadow”), from Proto-Indo-European *louk- (“field, meadow”). Akin to Old Frisian lāch "meadow", Old Saxon lōh "forest, grove" (Middle Dutch loo "forest, thicket"; Dutch -lo (in placenames)), Old High German lōh "covered clearing, low bushes", Old Norse lō "clearing, meadow". More at Waterloo. (Wiktionary)
“Also colors. sigh. leigh rhymes with twee said on December 10th, 2007 at 9:56 am but thank you! melissastajda said on December 10th, 2007 at 1:35 pm”
“Best of luck with your zine project! leigh rhymes with twee said on December 10th, 2007 at 9:56 am”
“It's cl'ar to me that Mrs. Ev'leigh's giving you the right sort of signs, and you'll be the blindest sawt of a sarcumstance of a white man, ef you don't take the right motion from what she shows.”
“He's got his family on the corner of Mrs. Ev'leigh's land, and not far from your's -- jest in the swamp, and not a half a mile from the river; but I reckon he's hardly there once a year.”
“The young gal you captures by insinivations, but the widow Ev'leigh's no young gal.”
“Write to Leigh Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org”
“I love my daughter (hannah leigh bisson) with unconditional love.”
“Out side of that i've been reading alot of Lora leigh books.”
“Pamk said ... oh man there are so many kresley cole nalini singh lora leigh shiloh walker hunters jeannine frost rachel pride cl wilson”
“February 27, 2009 1: 10 PM ferricide said ... yeah, i think leigh maybe went about this the wrong way (respectfully, leigh!) and that today's post says, more to the point, that flower's fans are irritating. my take: flower is kinda like rez and nights except not as good. but it's still worth playing. graphics and music (= atmosphere) were particularly compelling aspects; gameplay was alright.”
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