(en proper noun
of Norman origin, the English form of Louis.
; anglicized form of Llewellyn.
The , Scotland.
The title given to a partially apprenticed Freemason who is normally the Master or Son of a practicing Freemason; One practising or learning the degrees of Freemasonry after introduction to the degrees and before full induction or before becoming a Worshipful Brother.
* Holstein-Lewis fracture
* Lewis acid
* Lewis base
* 1595 William Shakespeare: Third Part of King Henry the Sixth : Act III, Scene III:
*: And tell false Edward, thy supposed king,
*: That Lewis of France is sending over masquers,
*: To revel it with him and his new bride.
* 1994 Joseph Heller: Closing Time ISBN 0671746049 page 42:
*: They named me Lewis and called me Louie as though my name was Louis, and I never saw the difference until Sammy pointed it out. And even then, I still don't see much difference.
* - physical chemist
* (rare biblical abbreviation)
(en proper noun
* 2005 Dallas Hudgens, Drive Like Hell , Simon and Schuster, ISBN 0743251636, page 94:
(Luke the Evangelist), an early Christian credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles.
- "Your parents like Cool Hand Luke''''', yes?" "I don't really know. Why?" "Why? Because they name you '''Luke'''." I was worried I might have to explain that my name wasn't all that uncommon, and, anyway, Claudia had named me after the alter ego of Hank Williams, ' Luke the Drifter.
(biblical) The Gospel of St. Luke, a book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the third of the four gospels.
- Luke , the beloved physician, and Demas, greet you.