Lead means showing someone or something the way or how to do something.(verb)
The definition of a lead is the person in charge or the person or thing in the first place.(noun)
Lead is defined as a heavy, soft, flexible metal.(noun)
See lead in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME leden < OE lædan, caus. of lithan, to travel, go, akin to Ger leiten: for IE base see load
Origin: ME lede < OE lead, akin to Du lood, Ger lot, plummet, prob. < Celt (as in MIr luaide, lead) < IE *ploud-, *pleud- < *pleu-, to flow < base *pel-, to flow, pour > L pluere, to rain, OIr lu-, to move
See lead in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb led led (lĕd), lead·ing, leads verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English leden
Origin: , from Old English lǣdan; see leit- in Indo-European roots.
Origin: Middle English led
Origin: , from Old English lēad
Origin: , probably of Celtic origin.
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