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lex

noun \ˈleks\
plural le·ges \ˈlā-(ˌ)gās\

Definition of LEX

:  law

Origin of LEX

Latin leg-, lex
First Known Use: circa 1775

Rhymes with LEX

July 02, 2015
apprehension Hear it
comprehension or the fear of future evil
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