from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to attract attention or to show surprise.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- interj. Look, see, behold (in an imperative sense).
- hello ('lo; see hallo)
- adj. Informal spelling of low.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- interj. Look; see; behold; observe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Look! see! behold! observe!—used to invoke or direct the particular attention of a person to some object or subject of interest.
- n. A North American Indian.
Un incordio, quien lo ha enviado, ¿lo has enviado para mí?
P&G's researchers have found that while generally frugal spenders, Hispanics are also willing to splurge on the types of premium household goods that P&G makes, subscribing to the phrase "lo barato sale caro," meaning that cheap things may ultimately prove costly.
If that person is liked, the term lo fan is applied.
Very french this one, funny, I like the term lo-fi surrealism.
If, therefore, we find in Chinese lo-che for the Sanskrit ra_g_as, dust, we may ascribe the change of r into l to the inability of the Chinese to pronounce or to write an r.
The word lo'gos itself has at times the metonymical sense here given to it, and therefore en anoi'xei tou sto'mato's is most naturally taken without emphasis as equivalent to, when I open my mouth, i.e. when called upon to speak.
The first characters that got from a computer at UCLA to Stanford Research Institute were "lo" - the "g" did not make it through before the computer crashed.
The first word communicated on the net was "lo" - Kline was attempting to type the word "login" when the system crashed.
The Sci-Fi Channel is smartly offering it up to watch online (see the big red banner at the top of this page); unfortunately, it’s only in lo-rez streaming format.
I subscribe to what Alejo Carpentier called 'lo maravilloso real', that the history and geography of the Caribbean and Latin America is so baroque and extreme that it seems either fictional or magical to outsiders.