lais / lase / lays / laze / leas / leis / leys [lɛiz]

lais – n. pl. of lai – 1. a medieval type of short tale in French literature that is usually in octosyllabic verse and deals with subjects of Celtic origin often connected with Arthur or the Round Table; 2. a medieval type of lyric poem revived in the 17th century and composed in unsymmetrical couplets each sung to its own melody

lase – n. – 1. function as or in a laser; 2. (of a substance) undergo the physical processes employed in a laser

lays – v. 3rd pers. pres. sing. of lay – 1. to place on a surface, especially horizontally in a position of rest

laze – v. intr. – 1. spend time lazily or idly; 2. (often followed by away) pass time in this way

leas – n. pl. of lea – 1. grassland, pasture; 2. arable land sown to grasses or clover for hay or grazing and usually plowed and planted with other crops after two or more years

leis – n. pl. of lei – a wreath, garland, or necklace of flowers, leaves, shells, or other materials that is a symbol of affection in Polynesia

leys – n. pl. of ley – British a field temporarily under grass