Top 130 Things That Start With L: Household Items, Toys, etc

Close-up of a person's hand turning off a lamp, which starts with "l"

You can find over 100 things that start with L. We list household items, toys, clothes, and expensive items that start with this letter below!

Scroll past the list to find an activity using one of these things.

Household Items

  1. Luggage
  2. Linens:
  3. Ladder
  4. Lotion
  5. Light bulb
  6. Library card
  7. Lamp
  8. Lawnchair
  9. Lunch bag
  10. Leather wallet
  11. Leather bag
  12. Ladle:
    serving utensil
  13. Locket:
    a necklace that holds small pictures
  14. Lipstick
  15. Lunch box
  16. Loofah
  17. Lip gloss
  18. Lock
  19. Leather sofa
  20. Letters
  21. Label
  22. Lantern:
  23. Lanyard:
    key holder
  24. Laundry basket
  25. Lapel pin
  26. Lace
  27. Lacquer:
    protective coating for wood or metal
  28. Laminated paper:
    paper with plastic covering
  29. Labelmaker
  30. Lacrosse sticks
  31. Lambrequin:
    hanging shelf
  32. Laminate sheets:
    plastic sheets for laminating
  33. Landline telephone
  34. Lamé:
    French ornamental fabric
  35. Laminator:
    preserves paper in plastic
  36. Lattice:
    screen or fence
  37. Laser pointer:
    pointer that emits a beam of light
  38. Lasso
  39. Latch:
  40. Lathe:
    a machine that shapes wood and metal
  41. Lawnmower
  42. Leaf blower
  43. Latrine:
  44. Ledger:
    accounting journal
  45. Lemon-scented cleaner
  46. Letterhead
  47. Letter opener
  48. Level:
  49. Leather chair
  50. Life jacket:
    flotation device
  51. Lighter
  52. Lily:
  53. Liquid Gold furniture polish
  54. Lithium batteries
  55. Lounge chair
  56. Liner notes:
    in a CD
  57. Lint:
    fibers from laundry that collect in the dryer lint trap
  58. Lanai:
  59. Lumbar pillow:
    small round pillow
  60. Lead pencil:
    mechanical pencil
  61. Lunch pail
  62. Lute:
    type of string instrument


  1. LEGOs
  2. Lion King plush
  3. Lawn bowling game
  4. Lion plush
  5. Lincoln Logs
  6. Leapfrog handheld learning game
  7. Ladybug plush
  8. Little Red Riding Hood book
  9. Lion King character figurines
  10. L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz books
  11. Land Rover riding toy
  12. Lassie dog plush
  13. Launchpad for a toy rocket
  14. Louie Lobster Claw Catcher Pool Toy by Melissa and Doug
  15. Larry the Lobster stuffed animal by Jellycat
  16. Little Prince book
  17. Little Red Riding Hood costume
  18. Lamb plush
  19. Lizard plush
  20. Llama plush
  21. Lion figurine
  22. London Bridge puzzle
  23. Lizard plastic toy
  24. Lullaby CDs
  25. Ladybug Pull-Along by Learning Journey
  26. Land Rover diecast cars
  27. London Bridge building block educational toys
  28. Lewis and Clark educational books
  29. Limerick books: book of children’s rhymes
  30. Ladybug with remote control
  31. Lumberjack Yukon Cornelius plush toy:
    character from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  32. Lumberjack rubber ducky toys
  33. Lures for fishing
  34. Lumberjack moose plush by Aurora World
  35. Lyre toy:
    toy harp


  1. Leather shoes
  2. Long-sleeve t-shirt
  3. Loungewear:
    comfortable house clothes
  4. Lace-up boots
  5. Lightweight jacket
  6. Lounge pants:
    loose pants
  7. Leggings:
    stretch pants
  8. Leisurewear:
    casual clothes
  9. Leather jacket
  10. Linen pants
  11. Loafers:
    shoes with a low, flat heel
  12. Lingerie:
    nightwear and underwear
  13. Leotard:
    one-piece bodysuit for dancers
  14. Low-rise pants
  15. Leopard print top
  16. Leather pants
  17. Leopard print dress
  18. Leg warmers:
    knitted leg covers
  19. Leather skirt
  20. Leather vest
  21. Layette:
    newborn baby clothes
  22. Lab coat
  23. Long johns:
    long underwear

Expensive Items

  1. Laptop
  2. Luxury watch
  3. Louis Vuitton purse
  4. Louis Vuitton luggage
  5. Les Miserables tickets
  6. Lakers basketball tickets
  7. Land deed:
    document of land ownership
  8. Lakefront home
  9. Land Rover:
    luxury SUV
  10. Lamborghini:
    luxury car

Activity: Library Scavenger Hunt

Library cards (seen in our list of household items at number six) allow you to do more than just check out books.

You can do online research, use study rooms, read magazines and newspapers, and even check out movies and music!

Use your library card for this activity — a library scavenger hunt!

The activity is simple. Follow our list of challenges below and see how many items you can collect at the library. Look for the following items (many of which are also L-themed):

  • A movie on DVD or Blu-ray with a title that starts with the letter L
  • A book with a face on the cover
  • A book starting with the letter L that was published before the year 2000
  • A book by an author whose last name starts with the letter L
  • A book with a blue and/or yellow cover
  • An autobiography of someone whose first or last name begins with L
  • A music CD with one or more Ls in the title
  • A book of recipes that includes a recipe for lasagna

Once you have your stack, check them out and enjoy! This is a fun way to find things you may not have otherwise checked out from the library.