1a number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other:consult the list of drugs on page 326writing a shopping list figurativetourism is at the top of the list of potential job creators
Computing a formal structure analogous to a list by which items of data can be stored or processed in a definite order.
[late 16th century: from French liste, of Germanic origin]
2 (lists) historical barriers enclosing an area for a jousting tournament.
the scene of a contest or combat.
[late Middle English: from Old French lisse]
3a selvage of a piece of fabric.
[Middle English, from Old Englishliste 'border', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch lijst and German Leiste]
1make a list of:I have listed four reasons below
include or enter in a list:93 men were still listed as missing
[no object] (list at/for) be on a list of products at (a specified price):the bottom-of-the-line Mercedes lists for $52,050