< /ˈlyɛf dʌˈvyɛ də vyɪtʃ/, 1908–68, Russian scientist: Nobel Prize in Physics 1962.
- a four-wheeled carriage, usually horse-drawn, with two folding hoods that meet over the middle of the passenger compartment
- Lev Davidovich (ljɛf daˈvidəvitʃ). 1908–68, Soviet physicist, noted for his researches on quantum theory and his work on the theories of solids and liquids: Nobel prize for physics 1962
n.type of four-wheeled carriage, 1743, from Landau, town in Bavaria where they first were made. The first element is the common Germanic element found in English land (n.); the identity of the second is disputed. But Klein says the vehicle name is “in reality” Spanish lando “originally a light four-wheeled carriage drawn by mules,” from Arabic al-andul.