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léi

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The Impossible Generalized Man today is the critic who believes in loving those unworthy of love as well as those worthy—yet believes this only insofar as no personal risk is entailed. Meaning he loves no one, worthy or no. This is what makes him impossible.
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See also lēi, lěi, lèi, and lei

Irish

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [lʲeːi]

Pronoun

léi

  1. 3d person sing. feminine of le.
    with her, with it f.

Derived terms


Mandarin

Pinyin

léi (form of lei2 with diacritic)

  1. :
  2. : a mound, a tumulus
  3. :
  4. : used as a surname
  5. : rub, grind; grind with a mortar and pestle; triturate
  6. : climb; pull; hang on to
  7. : tree name
  8. :
  9. :
  10. : sedan
  11. :
  12. : fields divided by dikes
  13. :
  14. :
  15. : tired; implicate, involve; bother
  16. : a chain or rope used bind criminals
  17. : bind, wind about; link, join
  18. :
  19. : a chain or rope used bind criminals
  20. : large earthenware wine jar
  21. : weak, lean, emaciated, exhausted
  22. :
  23. : entwine; basket for carrying dirt
  24. :
  25. : rings on the yokes
  26. : radium
  27. :
  28. : radium
  29. : thunder
  30. : thick, strong
  31. :
  32. : (interchangeable ) utterly weary in body and spirits; negligent; lax

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