Many characters spoken as 'luo' contain the following
罗 = luo(2) = net for catching
A good number of old terms spoken as 'luo' also have
各 = ge(4) = various
裸 = naked
The sound-giving part, 果, actually is spoken 'guo(3)', not 'luo(3)'
Almost always in spoken Chinese, the two-character
version is used:
裸体 = luo(3)ti(3) naked; lit.
网绍 = wang(3)luo(4) = network; Internet / this is the
most common term used in China to refer to the Internet; most dictionaries do
not contain it