lb.

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plural lbs., lb.


Origin of lb.

< Latin lībra, plural lībrae

L.B.

1

bachelor of letters; bachelor of literature.

Origin of L.B.

1
From the New Latin word Litterārum Baccalaureus; Līterārum Baccalaureus

L.B.

2

landing barge.
light bomber.
local board.
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British Dictionary definitions for lb

lb

1

abbreviation for

cricket leg bye
Also: lb. pound (weight)

Word Origin for lb

(for sense 2) Latin: libra

lb

2

the internet domain name for

Lebanon

LB

abbreviation for

Liberia (international car registration)
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Science definitions for lb

lb

Abbreviation of pound
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