noun, plural lo·ris.
Examples from the Web for loris
Four officers of Loris' regiment were arrested on a charge of disseminating revolutionary pamphlets and were summarily exiled.
Loris shuddered and for the first time a sentiment of humanity moved within him.
He glanced at Loris as he strode across the room and took her hand with a firm grip.Whispering Wires|Henry Leverage
Joseph turned rapidly and perceived the form of Loris at some distance behind them.
Anne and Loris stood there, looking out, and as I moved and spoke she broke off her sentence and came towards me.The Red Symbol|John Ironside
British Dictionary definitions for loris
noun plural -ris
Word Origin for loris
Word Origin and History for loris
small primate of Sri Lanka, 1774, from French loris (Buffon), of unknown origin, said to be from obsolete Dutch loeris "booby, clown."