noun \ˈlē, ˈlā\

Definition of LEA

usually ley :  arable land used temporarily for hay or grazing

Variants of LEA

lea or ley \ˈlē, ˈlā\

Examples of LEA

  1. <across the lea rolls a lonely wagon>
  2. <the cattle were free to range over the lea>

Origin of LEA

Middle English leye, from Old English lēah; akin to Old High German lōh thicket, Latin lucus grove, lux light — more at light
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Agriculture/Gardening Terms

fallow, graft, heirloom, loam, potash, soilage, swath, tilth, windfall

Rhymes with LEA

b, be, bee, c, cay, cee, Cree, d, dee, Dee, dree, e, fee, flea, flee, free, g, gee, ghee, glee, gree, he, key, Key, knee, lee, me, mi, p, pea, pee, plea, pree, quay, re, Rhee, scree, sea, see, she, si, ski, spree, sri, t, tea, tee, the, thee, three, ti, tree, twee, Twi, v, vee, we, wee, whee, ye, z, zee



Definition of LEA


Other Fur and Leather Terms

chamois, fell, kip


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