Lech

Lech can refer to: ==Personal names== ==Products and organizations== ==Geographical designations== ==Abbreviation== ...
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Lech

• (v. t.) To lick.
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Lech

[airship] Lech was the first Polish airship. It was purchased from France`s army surplus in 1920 and its original, French name was Commandant Coutelle. The airship`s type was Zodiac VZ-11, Vedette class and the French Navy had used it for patrolling and escorting purposes in the area of the Mediterranean. Like other airships of that age, it...
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Lech

[Bohemian prince] Lech [lex] (died 805), sometimes written as Lecho or Becho, is one of the earliest named rulers in early Slavic Bohemia. It is sometimes disputed that the word is a title (equivalent to Voivoda) rather than a name. The first reference to him is in the 805 entry of Annales Regni Francorum when Charles, son of Charlemagne, w...
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Lech

[demo] Lech is an Amiga demo by the, mainly Polish, demogroup Freezers. It was the winner of the Eastern Conference demo competition in April 1995. Among others, it features Doom corridors, torus, sphere and other 3D effects synchronized to a fast paced techno music soundtrack. == See also == ...
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Lech

[Vorarlberg] Lech am Arlberg is a mountain village and an exclusive ski resort in the Bludenz district in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg on the banks of the river Lech. In terms of both geography and history, Lech belongs to the Tannberg district. In tourist terms, however, it is part of the Arlberg region. Lech is administered together w...
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Lech

Lech transitive verb [ French l├ęcher . See Lick .] To lick. [ Obsolete]
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Lech

Lech (lekh) , river, c.175 mi (280 km) long, rising in Vorarlberg, W Austria, and flowing NE into S Germany past Augsburg to the Danube River. The Wertach River is its chief tributary. There are about 20 hydroelectric stations on the river, of which Rain (105,000 kW capacity) is the largest. In 1632...
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Lech

Lech is slang for to sexually lust after. Also spelt letch.
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