LL

or L.L.

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Late Latin.
Low Latin.

Definition for ll (2 of 5)

ll.


lines.

Definition for ll (3 of 5)

l.l.

1

in the place quoted.

Origin of l.l.

1
From the Latin word locō laudātō

Definition for ll (4 of 5)

Definition for ll (5 of 5)

'll


a contraction of will: I'll answer the phone. He'll pay the check. What'll we do?
contraction of till1 (used when the preceding word ends in t): Wait'll your father comes home!

Usage note

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British Dictionary definitions for ll (1 of 2)

LL


abbreviation for

Late Latin
Low Latin
Lord Lieutenant

British Dictionary definitions for ll (2 of 2)

ll.


abbreviation for

lines (of written matter)
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Word Origin and History for ll

L.L.


contraction of Latin legum "of laws, in degrees;" e.g. L.L.D., which stands for Legum Doctor "Doctor of Laws." Plural abbreviations in Latin formed by doubling the letter.

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