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praise (be) to God.
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Origin of LD

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From Latin laus Deō

Other definitions for LD (2 of 6)

LD2

learning disability.
lethal dose.
long distance (telephone call).
Low Dutch.

Other definitions for LD (3 of 6)

ld.

abbreviation
load.

Other definitions for LD (4 of 6)

Ld.

abbreviation
limited.
Lord.

Other definitions for LD (5 of 6)

LD.

abbreviation
(in Libya) dinar; dinars.

Other definitions for LD (6 of 6)

L.D.

abbreviation
Low Dutch.
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British Dictionary definitions for LD (1 of 3)

ld

abbreviation for
load

British Dictionary definitions for LD (2 of 3)

Ld

abbreviation for
Lord (title)

British Dictionary definitions for LD (3 of 3)

LD

abbreviation for
lethal dosage: usually used with a subscript numeral showing what percentage of a test group of animals dies as a result of either being given a substance being tested on them or being exposed to ionizing radiation, esp in the median lethal doseLD 50
Low Dutch
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Medical definitions for LD

LD

abbr.
lethal dose
learning disability
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