- laud used once.
- Bible Reference: Romans 15:11
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: No
- G1867 Used 1 time
LAUD, noun [Latin laus, laudis; Gr. ; Eng. loud. See Loud.]
1. Praise; commendation; an extolling in words; honorable mention. [Little used.]
2. That part of divine worship which consists in praise.
3. Music or singing in honor of any one.
LAUD, verb transitive [Latin laudo.] To praise in words alone, or with words and singing; to celebrate.
LAUD'ABLE, adjective [Latin laudabilis.]
1. Praiseworthy; commendable; as laudable motives; laudable actions.
2. Healthy; salubrious; as laudable juices of the body.
3. Healthy; well digested; as laudable pus.
LAUD'ABLENESS, noun The quality of deserving praise; praiseworthiness; as the laudableness of designs, purposes, motives or actions. [Laudability, in a like sense, has been used, but rarely.]
LAUD'ABLY, adverb In a manner deserving praise.
LAUD'ANUM, noun [from Latin laudo, to praise.] Opium dissolved in spirit or wine; tincture of opium.
LAUD'ATIVE, noun [Latin laudativus.] A panegyric; an eulogy. [Little used.]
LAUD'ATORY, adjective Containing praise; tending to praise.
LAUD'ATORY, noun That which contains praise.
LAUD'ER, noun One who praises.