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/ˈlōkəst/,
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locusts, plural;
  1. A large and mainly tropical grasshopper with strong powers of flight. It is usually solitary, but from time to time there is a population explosion, and it migrates in vast swarms that cause extensive damage to crops

  2. The periodical cicada

  3. The large edible pod of some plants of the pea family, in particular the carob bean, which is said to resemble a locust

  4. Any of a number of pod-bearing trees of the pea family, in particular the carob tree and the black locust


  1. migratory grasshoppers of warm regions having short antennae
  2. hardwood from any of various locust trees
  3. Locust is the swarming phase of short-horned grasshoppers of the family Acrididae. These are species that can breed rapidly under suitable conditions and subsequently become gregarious and migratory. ...
  4. Locust is a kit car derived from the Lotus 7.
  5. The Locust was a one-time supervillain foe of the X-Men.
  6. Locust is a pejorative term derived from the German "Heuschrecke" , which German politician Franz Müntefering (from the social democratic SPD party) created in the context of describing private investors, private equity funds and investment banks. ...
  7. The Locust is a musical group from San Diego, California, United States known for their unique mix of grindcore speed and aggression, mathcore complexity,Ken McGrath. "Destruction and Chaos are Never Far Behind". Interview with Bobby Bray. Sorted Magazine. 2003. Access date: October 4, 2008. ...
  8. The Locust was The Locust's fourth release and first full length album. It was released on 12" LP in September 1998 on the Gold Standard Labs record label and contains a combination of punk, hardcore, and grindcore. ...
  9. (The Locusts) The Locusts, also known as the Peter Eltinge House, is a 19th-century brick Federal style house built in 1826 located on Plains Road in the Town of New Paltz, New York, United States, two miles (3 km) south of the village of New Paltz. It was once the center of a large farm. ...
  10. (The Locusts (film)) The Locusts is 1997 film starring Kate Capshaw, Jeremy Davies, Vince Vaughn, Paul Rudd, and Ashley Judd. It was written and directed by John Patrick Kelley. The score was composed by Carter Burwell.
  11. A type of grasshopper in the family Acrididae that flies in swarms and is very destructive to crops and other vegetation
  12. (Locusts) Independent drug dealers, aka Chapulines
  13. (LOCUSTS) Truths or teachings.
  14. (Locusts) Nut, goddess of the sky; Osiris, god of crops and fertility
  15. (Locusts) They bring incredible devastation and are an apt image for God's judgment. 9:3,7.
  16. (Locusts) They have shields by default, you don't need an upgrade. It's very helpful for the Locust because they can still have a shield when they use the Overdrive ability.
  17. (locusts) any of various large grasshoppers; specifically, a migratory grasshopper often traveling in great swarms and destroying nearly all vegetation in areas visited.
  18. (locusts) species of grasshoppers which destroy crops as they migrate from place to place in swarms
  19. To dream of locusts, foretells discrepancies will be found in your business, for which you will worry and suffer. For a woman, this dream foretells she will bestow her affections upon ungenerous people.
  20. One of the worst scourges of the East, very often referred to in Holy Writ. As many as nine Hebrew words signify either the locust in general or some species:
  21. A plant-eating insect, widespread in the Middle East and beyond, which can cause substantial damage to crops and trees when migrating in large swarms. There are several species to which the ancient Assyrian words might refer; their exact identification is uncertain.
  22. A skill that makes the unit invulnerable, untargetable and ungroupable via triggers, this is a skill used in mostly dumy units, it comes from the skill granted to units summoned by the "Locust Swarm" spell.
  23. A backbend. Lie on your stomach. Raise both legs up behind the body.