LEED or Leed may refer to:
- Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, a standard for green building design
- Low-energy electron diffraction, a physics technique
- Leed (soft drink), a former product
- LEED Publishing, a Japanese publishing company of works including work by Go Nagai
Leed (soft drink)
Leed was a carbonated lemonade drink sold in some parts of the world during the middle to late 20th century.
It was produced and distributed by Coca-Cola Amatil in only New Zealand, Australia, London, United Kingdom and Fiji. Leed was one of the staple drinks among New Zealand retailers during the 1980s and was probably the most common lemonade drink distributed by Coca-Cola Amatil during its life.
In 1984, Leed was discontinued and replaced by the more widely known Sprite brand. Accompanying this change was also a new recipe.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Leed \Leed\, Leede \Leede\ (l[=e]d), n. [Etymol. uncertain.]
A caldron; a copper kettle. [Obs.] ``A furnace of a leed.''
Usage examples of "leed".
LEED will not yield significant results unless the surface is scrupulously clean and free from adsorbed gas.
Reijers lof, die hem streelde, terwijl hij zeer leed, wanneer hij, zonder honger, op Eline moest wachten, die hem twee minuten over den tijd zijn ontbijt bracht.
Special Agent Leeder send someone over to Steele Street to question Wilson.
Agent Tom Leeder, a big, burly guy in a dark suit, walked over to him.