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Old English hlid, from Germanic *hliðo-m. Cognate with Dutch lid, German (Augen)lid ‘eyelid’.

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Lid

Plural
Lids

Lid (plural Lids)
  1. top or cover of a container
  2. (slang) a cap or hat
  3. (slang) one ounce of cannabis
  4. (surfing slang, mainly Australia) bodyboard or bodyboarder
    the rest of us managed to dodge out of control lid riders — Kneelo Knews August 2003 [1]
    Mal rider, shortboard or lid everyone surfs like a kook sometimes. — realsurf.com message board 2001 [2]
  5. (slang) a motorcyclist's crash helmet

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Infinitive
to Lid

Third person singular
lid

Simple past
lidded

Past participle
lidded

Present participle
lidding

to Lid (third-person singular simple present lid, present participle lidding, simple past and past participle lidded)
  1. to put a lid on something

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Lid m.

  1. people

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From Old Norse hlít.

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Lid c.

  1. trust

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Lid

  1. Imperative of lide.

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Lid n. (plural leden, diminutive lidje, diminutive plural lidjes)

  1. member (of a group)
  2. member (extremity of a body)

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Proto-Germanic *lith-, whence also Old English liþ, Old Norse liðr

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lid

  1. member

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Latin lis; see also litigate

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Lid f. (plural lides)

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Lid f.

Plural
lides f.

  1. lawsuit
  2. fight

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lid

  1. imperative of lida

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