- List (watercraft), the leaning to either port or starboard of a ship
- List, an alternative term for roll in flight dynamics
- Lists (jousting), a roped-off enclosure where medieval knights jousted
- SC Germania List, German rugby union club
- List College, an undergraduate division of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America
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Famous quotes containing the word meanings:
“You cant write about people out of textbooks, and you cant use jargon. You have to speak clearly and simply and purely in a language that a six-year-old child can understand; and yet have the meanings and the overtones of language, and the implications, that appeal to the highest intelligence.”
—Katherine Anne Porter (18901980)
“An amoeba is a formless thing which takes many shapes. It moves by thrusting out an arm, and flowing into the arm. It multiplies by pulling itself in two, without permanently diminishing the original. So with words. A meaning may develop on the periphery of the body of meanings associated with a word, and shortly this tentacle-meaning has grown to such proportions that it dwarfs all other meanings.”
—Charlton Laird (b. 1901)