Definition of Lloyd's in English:

Lloyd's

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Pronunciation: /lɔɪdz
 
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1An incorporated society of insurance underwriters in London, made up of private syndicates. Founded in 1871, Lloyd’s originally dealt only in marine insurance.
1.1 short for Lloyd's Register.

Origin

named after the coffee house of Edward Lloyd (fl. 1688–1726), in which underwriters and merchants congregated and where Lloyd's List was started in 1734.

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