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 Translation for 'Lao' from English to Russian
NOUN   Lao | Lao / Laos
SYNO Lao | Laotian
этн.
лаоска {ж}
Lao [female]
этн.
лаотянка {ж}
Lao [female]
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Translation for 'Lao' from English to Russian

Lao [female]
лаоска {ж}этн.

лаотянка {ж}этн.
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Usage Examples English
  • Bảo Lộc (old name in Ma language: B’Lao) is a city of Lâm Đồng Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
  • There are two general types of traditional alcoholic beverages, both produced from rice: "lao hai" and "lao lao".
  • Lobliayao went on to join the communist/nationalist struggle against the French rulers (with the Pathet lao) and later the Royal Lao Government.
  • Multiple Aboriginal villages rebelled against the Dutch in the 1650s due to oppression like when the Dutch ordered aboriginal women for sex, deer pelts, and rice be given to them from aborigines in the Taipei basin in Wu-lao-wan village which sparked a rebellion in December 1652 at the same time as the Chinese rebellion.
  • Beerlao (Lao language: ເບຍລາວ) is the generic name of a range of beers produced by the Lao Brewery Company (LBC) of Vientiane, Laos.

  • Kou Voravong (lao : ກຸ ວໍຣະວົງ) (6 December 1914 – 18 September 1954) was a Laotian politician.
  • Kualao Restaurant is a Lao restaurant in Vientiane, the capital city of Laos. It provides upscale Lao cuisine and showcases traditional Lao dance and music performances to its clientele.
  • Transported to Savannakhet in Military Region 3, they successfully assaulted the nearby Pathet Lao-occupied village of Nong Boualao, which had already repelled several assaults by the Royal Lao Army.
  • The authors of "Sinsay: chef-d’oeuvre de la littérature lao" used their translation as the basis for an English version, titled "The Sinsay of Pangkham" and published in 1965.
  • "Huang-Lao" is a portmanteau word, with Huang referring to the Yellow Emperor (黃帝) and Lao to Laozi (老子 "Old Master").

  • Baixing (...) or lao baixing (...) is a traditional Chinese term, meaning "the people" or "commoners." The word "lao" (...) is often added as a prefix before "baixing".
  • Multiple Aboriginal villages in frontier areas rebelled against the Dutch in the 1650s due to oppression like when the Dutch ordered aboriginal women for sex, deer pelts, and rice be given to them from aborigines in the Taipei basin in Wu-lao-wan village which sparked a rebellion in December 1652 at the same time as the Chinese rebellion.
  • A less powerful version of lao-Lao, called lao-hai, [...] , and is drunk from large communal earthenware pots ("hai") through long bamboo straws.
  • Laolao Bay (also spelled Lao Lao, Laulau, or Lau Lau; meaning "shake", "vibrate", "quiver", "totter" or "tremble" in Chamorro and sometimes referred to as Magicienne Bay) is a large bay on the southeast side of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands.
  • A common Lao meal would consist of a richly spiced minced fish or chicken salad or larb, served with sticky rice; a jaew or paste made of chili peppers for dipping; tam mak hung a fiery and sour fresh green papaya salad, a broth based soup like "kaeng no mai" (bamboo soup); fresh herbs and vegetables served raw; tropical fruit as a dessert; and is served with the local beer or lao-lao rice liquor.

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