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lass

División en sílabas: lass

Definición de lass en inglés:

sustantivo

chiefly Scottish & Northern English
A girl or young woman: he married a lass from Yorkshire
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Now, though, all the young lasses can clump the ball and everyone knows that the sisters are there for the beating.
  • Shelma's a young lass from, well, I'm not sure where she's from, but she sings like an angel.
  • On my first day of travelling to school on the bus, I was at the back along with some friends, when a young lass got on.

Origen

Middle English: based on Old Norse laskura (feminine adjective) 'unmarried'.

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  • The word lass is based on the Old Norse feminine adjective laskura ‘unmarried’.

Words that rhyme with lass

alas, Alsace, amass, ass, Bass, chasse, crass, crevasse, en masse, gas, Hamas, mass, morass, sass, tarantass, tass, wrasse

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