Laccadives, The

Laccadives, The, or The Hundred Thousand Isles (14), a group of low-lying coral islands 200 m. W. of the Malabar coast of India, mostly barren, and yielding chiefly cocoa-nuts; the population being Hindus professing Mohammedanism and poorly off.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Lac * Lacépède, Comte de
Labé, Louise
Labiche, Eugene
Lablache
Laboulaye, René de
Labourdonnais, Maré de
Labrador
La Bruyère, Jean de
Labuan
Labyrinth
Lac
Laccadives, The
Lacépède, Comte de
Lachaise, François de
Lachesis
Lachmann, Karl
Lachryma Christi
Laconia
Lacordaire, Jean Baptiste Henry
Lacratelle
La Crosse
Lactantius