Lay

Lay is slang for to have sex with someone.
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Lay

Lay is slang for to have sex with someone.
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Lay

Short lyric or narrative poem meant to be sung; originating from the French 'lai' or 'lais'.
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lay

[adj] - not of or from a profession 2. [v] - impose as a duty, burden, or punishment 3. [v] - prepare or position for action or operation 4. [v] - lay eggs 5. [v] - put in a horizontal position
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Lay

to sail to a mark without needing to change course or lose speed
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Lay

Lay imperfect of Lie , to recline.
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Lay

Lay adjective [ French lai , Latin laicus , Greek ... of or from the people, lay, from ..., ..., people. Confer Laic .] 1. Of or pertaining to the laity, as distinct from the clergy; as, a lay person; a lay preacher; a lay brother. 2. Not ed
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Lay

Lay noun The laity; the common people. [ Obsolete] « The learned have no more privilege than the lay B. Jonson.
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Lay

Lay noun A meadow. See Lea . [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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Lay

Lay noun [ Old French lei faith, law, French loi law. See Legal .] 1. Faith; creed; religious profession. [ Obsolete] « Of the sect to which that he was born He kept his lay , to which that he was sworn.» Chaucer. 2. A law. [ Obsolete]
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Lay

Lay adjective [ Old French lai , lais , probably of Celtic origin; confer Ir. laoi , laoidh , song, poem, OIr. laoidh poem, verse; but confer also Anglo-Saxon lāc play, sport, German leich a sort of poem (cf. Lake to sport). ....] 1.
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Lay

Lay (lā) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Laid (lād); present participle & verbal noun Laying .] [ Middle English leggen , Anglo-Saxon lecgan , causative, from licgan to lie; akin to Dutch
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Lay

Lay intransitive verb 1. To produce and deposit eggs. 2. (Nautical) To take a position; to come or go; as, to lay forward; to lay aloft. 3. To lay a wager; to bet. To lay about , or To lay about one , to strike vigorously in all dir
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Lay

Lay noun 1. That which lies or is laid or is conceived of as having been laid or placed in its position; a row; a stratum; a layer; as, a lay of stone or wood. Addison. « A viol should have a lay of wire strings below.» Bacon. » The lay
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lay

1. To cause to lie down, to be prostrate, or to lie against something; to put or set down; to deposit; as, to lay a book on the table; to lay a body in the grave; a shower lays the dust. 'A stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den.' (Dan. Vi. 17) 'Soft on the flowery herb I found me laid.' (Milton) ... 2. To place in position; to estab
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lay

adjective not of or from a profession; `a lay opinion as to the cause of the disease`
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lay

put down verb put in a horizontal position; `lay the books on the table`; `lay the patient carefully onto the bed`
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lay

verb prepare or position for action or operation; `lay a fire`; `lay the foundation for a new health care plan`
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lay

verb impose as a duty, burden, or punishment; `lay a responsibility on someone`
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Lay

• (v. t.) A share of the proceeds or profits of an enterprise; as, when a man ships for a whaling voyage, he agrees for a certain lay. • (n.) That which lies or is laid or is conceived of as having been laid or placed in its position; a row; a stratum; a layer; as, a lay of stone or wood. • (v. t.) To apply; to put. • (v. t.) To
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lay

in medieval French literature, a short romance, usually written in octosyllabic verse, that dealt with subjects thought to be of Celtic origin. The ... [3 related articles]
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Lay

Lay is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the meadow farm` Lay,Layton The name Lay doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Lay seems to be unique!
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Lay

lengths of fabric, several plies high, which have been spread on a cutting table ready for cutting. The fabric is subsequently cut in accordance with a cutting plan which is usually designed to optimise materials utilisation..
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lay

Traditional genre of narrative poem, such as a ballad
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lay

The direction in which a stranded rope has been twisted.
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