noun Pinyin, Wade-Giles.
or La·sa, Las·sa
Examples from the Web for lasa
Historical Examples of lasa
They were of a family of high rank from Lasa, and took the title of Gelpo.
A little way beyond it is Manigumba, a village subject to Lasa.
Among continental chess authorities von Heydebrandt und der Lasa (more usually known by his second title) stood pre-eminent.
Of those places called Lasa many instances might be produced.
Lasa ipsa est, qu nunc Callirrho dicitur, ubi aqu calid in Mare Mortuum defluunt.