A garland of flowers, especially one worn around the neck.(noun)
Plural of leu.(noun)
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Use "lei" in a sentence
"Grooms mostly earn a maile lei, which is surely masculine and drapes loosely around the neck."
"This definitely isn't "media," and it's probably not "culture," although the little pooch does seem to be wearing a lei, which is, er, kind of cultural, right?"
"This is reflected in the modern Chinese character for the English meaning "tired", "累" ，lei, which is a picture of a field - the work of men - above a picture of a coil of silk - the work of women. gunpowder they had no intention of using it as a weapon; instead, it was developed in the Tang dynasty as a formula for immortality by religious Daoist (daojiao - 道教) alchemists."