Origin of lassoSpanish lazo ; from Classical Latin laqueus, noose, snare: see lace
nounpl. las·sos or las·soes
transitive verblas·soed, las·so·ing, las·sos or las·soes
Origin of lassoSpanish lazo, from Vulgar Latin *laceum, noose; see lace.
(plural lassos or lassoes)
(third-person singular simple present lassoes, present participle lassoing, simple past and past participle lassoed)
- To catch with a lasso.
lasso - Computer Definition
An image editing tool that enables you to select an irregular object by dragging the mouse around it (while the mouse button is held down) and letting go. You do not have to join the ends together. When the mouse button is released, the two ends are connected automatically.