(n) bread, cake, loaf
This word is ultimately a compound (compounds having been more common in an earlier version of the language). The first part remains unclear (although it probably lacked an initial consonant and had /o/ as a nucleus), but the second part is probably related to modern laav 'brain', likely due to the resemblance between a chunk of bread dough and a brain. It may also be possible to tie this word to lev 'herb, spice, seasoning' due to the common culinary connection; the two words may have also influenced and reinforced one another.
(adv, n) in a different manner, a different way
(pn) other things, other stuff, others
(n) reason, justification
TODO, but almost certainly a borrowing of some sort.