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Old English hlūd 'loud', from Proto-Germanic *khlūthaz 'heard' (cf. Dutch luid, German laut), from Proto-Indo-European *k̑leutos 'heard; fame'; akin to Irish clú 'repute', Patrono:Cy clywed 'heard', clod 'praise', Latin inclutus 'famous', Tocharian A/B klots/klautso 'ear', klyostär 'heard', Ancient Greek κλυτός (klútós) 'famous', Albanian quaj, quej 'to call, name', Patrono:Xcl [[լու#Patrono:Xcl|լու]] (lu), the act of hearing), Patrono:Cu Patrono:Cyrs (slava) 'glory', Patrono:Cyrs (slovo) 'word', Sanskrit श्रव (śráva) 'glory'. More at listen.

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Loud (comparative Louder, superlative Loudest)
  1. Of a sound, of great intensity.
    Turn that music down, it's too loud.
  2. Of a person, event, etc, noisy.
  3. Of a person, event, etc, non-subtle, brash.
  4. Of a colour, clothing, etc, having unpleasantly and tastelessly contrasting colours or patterns.

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loud

  1. loudly.

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