lazar

(redirected from Lazo)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
The American Heritage® Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
'If they play well we have a good chance,'' Lazo said, adding that the team has been training since they placed second to Davao City in the Mindanao finals in Davao last February.
Lazo also condoled with the families of the victims of the Iloilo sea tragedy.
You have to stay focused throughout,' said Lazo, an incoming Grade 12 student at La Salle-Dasmarinas in Cavite, who picked up the sport six years ago.
Lazo wound up second overall entering the finals with an eight-game series of 1508 while Hernandez, another national youth mainstay, compiled 1580 and Gella 1482.
Lazo noted that the Cuban people are proud of the victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army in its war against terrorism, expressing confidence that Syria will win the war against terrorism.
Ms Lazo was motivated to re-start the campaign because she said she was "saddened" at the thought of losing the sports hall and library which she often uses with her children, two-year-old Morgan and five-year-old Evan, who plays five-aside at the hall.
About her involvement with Girls on the Run of WNC, Lazo states, “Every minute I've spent in working with Amy and all who are involved in the program has been an awesome experience.