Low Church of or adhering to a tradition within the Anglican Church (and some other denominations) which is Protestant in outlook and gives relatively little emphasis to ritual, sacraments, and the authority of the clergy.
Low Countries the region of NW Europe comprising the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. The term is first found in English in the mid 16th century.
Low Sunday the Sunday after Easter, perhaps so named in contrast to the high days of Holy Week and Easter.
See also low-hanging fruit.