Lasso

[ lah-soh ]
/ ˈlɑ soʊ /

noun

Orlando di [dee] /di/, Orlandus Lassus, 1532–94, Flemish composer.

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British Dictionary definitions for orlando lasso

lasso

/ (læˈsuː, ˈlæsəʊ) /

noun plural -sos or -soes

a long rope or thong with a running noose at one end, used (esp in America) for roping horses, cattle, etc; lariat

verb -sos, -soes, -soing or -soed

(tr) to catch with or as if with a lasso
Derived Formslassoer, noun

Word Origin for lasso

C19: from Spanish lazo, ultimately from Latin laqueus noose

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Word Origin and History for orlando lasso

lasso

1807 (v.); 1808 (n.), American English, from Spanish lazo, from Latin laqueum (nominative laqueus) "noose, snare" (see lace (n.)).

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