from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The Lowlands of Scotland.
- noun Scots as spoken in southern and eastern Scotland.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Belonging to the Lowlands of Scotland.
- noun The Lowland Scotch dialect.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
Instead we get remarks of the tenor of those from the Andhra Congress's D. Srinivas, who apparently threatened to cut off Varun's hands; and of Lalu's absolutely appalling remarks - as well as, of course, Mayawati and Maneka Gandhi trying to one-up each other and Rabri Devi attacking Nitish Kumar and Rajiv Ranjan Singh "Lallan".
Wad ding a 'Lallan tongue, or Erse, [heat, Lowland]
The grapevine has it that Lallan, a long-time aide to Nitish, had of late turned bitter to his "mentor" for the chief minister not listening to him in matter of transfer of senior government officials or allotment of party tickets.
Lallan is admitted with RML hospital while other three are under going treatment in LNJP Hospital.
Moreover, Lallan, an upper caste Bhumihar, was also opposed to Nitish denying ticket to the wards of the senior MPs and MLAs and the chief minister's
"We have no information on the release of hostages," Munger divisional commissioner Lallan
Are you in a position to rate Beera vis-a-vis Lallan
The condition of two -- Ramal and Lallan -- was stated to be critical, the official said.
Guru we were very conscious of doing something totally different from Lallan Singh ... something which could top Lallan.
Bihar JD-U infighting: Lallan quits post of state party chief