Crossword clues for leno
- O'Brien's predecessor
- See 19-Across
- Longtime NBC host
- A successor to 22-Across
- Jay who does "Jaywalking"
- "Jaywalking" personality
- Host of a nightly TV show taped in Burbank
- O'Brien's late-night predecessor and successor
- Noted reader of headlines
- Who once remarked "You can't stay mad at somebody who makes you laugh"
- Jay who jests
- Late-night wars participant
- TV monologist
- Longtime "Headlines" reader
- One side of a famous NBC feud
- Recently retired Jay
- Former late-night luminary
- 2014 TV retiree
- Deliverer of thousands of monologues
- Jay formerly of "The Tonight Show"
- *2014 TV retiree
- Subject of the 1994 best seller "The Late Shift"
- "Leading With My Chin" memoirist
- James Douglas Muir ___ (TV host's birth name)
- Jay who preceded Jimmy Fallon
- Jay formerly of late-night
- Former late-night host Jay
- Longtime host who wrote "Leading With My Chin"
- Fallon predecessor
- Jay who preceded Jimmy
- Jay once seen nightly
- Longtime TV figure known for his garage
- TV host with a college degree in speech therapy
- Cotton gauze
- Comedian Jay
- Carson stand-in
- Comedian who will succeed Carson
- Blue Jay? Rarely!
- "Tonight" show host today
- Open-mesh fabric
- Curtain fabric
- Marquisette's weave
- Jay the jester
- Loose-woven fabric
- "Tonight Show" host
- Meshed fabric
- Emcee Jay
- Comedian from New Rochelle
- Carson's substitute
- Type of weave
- Cotton fabric
- Light, gauzy fabric
- Jay ___, Carson's substitute host
- Gauzy weave
- Soft, meshed fabric
- Fabric weave
- Fabric with an open weave
- Gauzy fabric
- Fine lawn
- Gauze weave
- Woven fabric
- Soft, light fabric
- Jocular Jay
- Carson's guest host
- Jay from New Rochelle
- Jay of comedy
- Light fabric
- Late-night star
- Host Jay
- Open-weave fabric
- Letterman rival
- Late-night host
- Jester Jay
- Big name in comedy
- NBC star
- Jay of note
- Late-night schmoozer Jay
- TV host who does "Headlines"
- Carson's successor
- He follows the news
- Carson successor
- Jay who has Monday night "Headlines"
- Comic Jay
- Big star at night
- Late-night regular
- Late-night host Jay
- Jay who chins with guests
- Late-night name
- NBC stalwart
- One who follows the news
- TV host with bandleader Eubanks
- Major NBC star
- Jay of "The Tonight Show"
- Someone to see before retiring?
- Follower of the news?
- Successor to Allen
- He's seen late
- Carson's late-night successor
- Noted monologuist
- Jay seen at night
- NBC host
- Big-chinned chinner
- Nightly comic
- O'Brien's lead-in
- Jay of NBC
- Lantern-jawed celeb
- Longtime NBC star
- Member of a long-running TV duel
- Lantern-jawed Jay
- Big name in late-night
- Celebrity who testified at the 2005 Michael Jackson trial
- Nightly TV presence beginning 5/25/92
- Entertainer who owns Big Dog Productions
- Late-night Jay
- Nightly monologue deliverer
- TV host who wrote "Leading With My Chin"
- Jay of late-night
- Jay watched by owls
- Monologist of note
- Late-night TV "jaywalker"
- "Jaywalking" guy
- Late-night funnyman
- "Jaywalker" of late-night TV
- Nightly TV star beginning 5/25/92
- TV comic who wrote "If Roast Beef Could Fly"
- "Nightline" competitor, informally
- TV host known for his mandibular prognathism
- "You're not famous until my mother has heard of you" quipper
- Last name in TV talk
- NBC host Jay
- Star viewed at night
- Funnyman Jay
- Jay that chatters
- Dyslexic TV host with a college degree in speech therapy
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Leno \Le"no\ (l[=e]"n[-o]), n. [Cf. It. leno weak, flexible.] A light open cotton fabric used for window curtains.
n. (context textiles English) A type of weave used to make light, open cotton fabric used for window curtains.
Jay Leno (born 1950) is an American comedian and talk show host.
Leno may also refer to:
- Leno (surname)
- Leno, Italy
- Leno (stream)
- Leno weave a pattern in weaving
- Leno, a stock character in theatre of ancient Rome who is a slave dealer or pimp
- Poor Leno, a song by Norwegian duo Röyksopp
The Leno ( GermanLeimbach) is the last of the main tributaries of the Adige river, at a confluence on its left bank near the town of Rovereto. It is actually formed of 2 water-courses:
- the Leno of Vallarsa (what is properly called the Leno)
- the Leno of Terragnolo, flowing to the left of the main branch, with which it joins a short distance upstream from the settlement of Rovereto, near the comune of Trambileno.
The Leno's basin is solely in Trentino, and passes through the communes of Vallarsa, Terragnolo, Trambileno and Rovereto.
Leño was a Spanish hard rock band created in 1978 in Madrid.
The band members were Rosendo Mercado as guitarist and vocalist, Chiqui Mariscal as bassist and Ramiro Penas on drums. When they started to record their first album Leño, Chiqui Mariscal left the band and Tony Urbano entry as the new bassist in order to complete the recording. This line up would continue until their break-up in 1983 at their peak of popularity. In 2012 the band was ranked number 13 on Rolling Stone's "50 Greatest Spanish rock bands".
Leno is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Bernd Leno (born 1992), German footballer
- Dan Leno (1860–1904), English music hall comedian
- Jay Leno (born 1950), American comedian, actor, voice actor, writer, producer and television host
- John Bedford Leno (1826–1894), English radical activist
- Mark Leno (born 1951), United States politician
Leño is the first studio album by Spanish hard rock band Leño. It was produced by Teddy Bautista and published by Chapa Discos in 1979.
During the recording, bassist Chiqui Mariscal left the band and was replaced by Tony Urbano as shown at the cover of the album.
It was ranked as the 106th best rock en español album ever according to American magazine Al Borde. The Spanish magazine Efe Eme ranked Leño as the 72nd best Spanish rock album ever.
Usage examples of "leno".
Do one in Keno, or maybe Leno, the scientific language, and make it a properly formatted scientific paper.
On the mutilation of Leno LaBianca: After murdering Rosemary, Katie remembered seeing Leno lying on the floor in the living room.
Comedy Store were playgrounds for Andy Kaufman, David Letterman, Elayne Boosler, Jay Leno, Larry Miller, Paul Reiser, Richard Lewis, Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, and Jerry Seinfeld.
No Letterman, Leno, and Beavis and Butt-head, NordicTrack commercials.