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lea

noun \ ˈlē , ˈlā \
variants: or

Definition of lea

2 usually ley :arable land used temporarily for hay or grazing

Examples of lea in a Sentence

  1. across the lea rolls a lonely wagon

  2. the cattle were free to range over the lea

Origin and Etymology of lea

Middle English leye, from Old English lēah; akin to Old High German lōh thicket, Latin lucus grove, lux light — more at light

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lea

abbreviation

Definition of lea

leather

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