noun, plural lo·ries.
- lorris, guillaume de,
- los alamitos,
- los alamos,
- los altos,
- los angeleno,
- los angeles
Origin of lory
Examples from the Web for lory
After a few minutes, which passed slowly in silence, Denise turned and came slowly towards Lory.
The abb had failed in the two missions confided to him by Lory, and he was one to whom failure was peculiarly bitter.
"Then I shall have time to help with the beans before I go to the war," answered Lory; and they walked on in silence.
She had undertaken to find Lory and give him that odd, inexplicable message from the abb.
"I insist on them," replied Lory, who was proud of Denise's pride.
lowry or lowrie (ˈlaʊrɪ)
noun plural -ries
Word Origin for lory
small parrot of New Guinea and Australia, 1690s, from Malay luri, name of kind of parrot, variant of nuri.