How Do You Spell LAUD?

Pronunciation: [lˈɔːd] (IPA)

The word "laud" is spelled with the three letters "l," "a," and "u." It is pronounced using the IPA phonetic transcription /lɔːd/. The first sound, /l/, is a voiceless alveolar lateral consonant. The second sound, /ɔː/, is a mid-back rounded vowel. The final sound, /d/, is a voiced alveolar plosive. This word means to praise or extol someone or something. It is often used in religious contexts to describe the praising of God.

LAUD Meaning and Definition

The verb “laud” refers to the act of praising or expressing high admiration for someone or something. It involves acknowledging and highlighting the qualities, achievements, or virtues of a person, an action, or an object. When one lauds, they usually do so with a genuine and enthusiastic tone, emphasizing the positive aspects and giving commendation. This term often implies an overt or public recognition, as lauding is frequently done in front of others to celebrate the deserving subject.

Lauding can take various forms, such as verbal expressions, written testimonials, or even physical gestures. It implies a sense of respect and veneration for the object of praise, as it suggests recognizing and appreciating its value or merit. People may laud an individual for their intelligence, creativity, or sense of leadership, while a piece of artwork could be lauded for its aesthetic, cultural, or philosophical significance.

The act of lauding is commonly associated with conveying approval, admiration, or adoration, and can be done in numerous contexts including entertainment, politics, sports, or academic achievements. Certain occasions, like award ceremonies, inaugurations, or eulogies, often involve elaborate lauding of individuals or accomplishments. Laudatory statements and expressions play a powerful role in influencing public perception and shaping opinions, as they highlight the positive attributes of a person or thing, inspiring others to recognize and appreciate them as well.

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Etymology of LAUD

The word "laud" comes from the Latin verb "laudare", which means "to praise" or "to extol". It is derived from the Latin noun "laus", meaning "praise" or "fame". The term "laud" has been derived from Latin into various languages, including English, where it also means to praise or worship.

Similar spelling words for LAUD

Plural form of LAUD is LAUDS

Conjugate verb Laud

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have lauded
you would have lauded
he/she/it would have lauded
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I would have laud
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CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been lauding
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CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would laud
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CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be lauding
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FUTURE

I will laud
you will laud
he/she/it will laud
we will laud
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FUTURE CONTINUOUS

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FUTURE PERFECT

I will have lauded
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FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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IMPERATIVE

you laud
we let´s laud

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to laud

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was lauding
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PAST PARTICIPLE

lauded

PAST PERFECT

I had lauded
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PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been lauding
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PRESENT

I laud
you laud
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we laud
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PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am lauding
you are lauding
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PRESENT PARTICIPLE

lauding

PRESENT PERFECT

I have lauded
you have lauded
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PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been lauding
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PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it laud

SIMPLE PAST

I lauded
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