lam


lam
lamb

American English homophones. 2014.

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  • Lam — and its various forms has several meanings.lām*Lām, a letter of the Arabic alphabetLam*A part of the phrase on the lam *Mor lam, an ancient Lao form of song in Laos:Lam saravane music genre:Lam luang music genre *Lam, Germany, a town in… …   Wikipedia

  • LAM — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour l’article homophone, voir Lame. {{{image}}}   …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lām — Lam in isolierter Form verbundene Formen ـل ـلـ لـ von rechts beidseitig nach links …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lam Ha — ( vi. Lâm Hà) is a district ( huyện ) of Lam Dong Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.Lâm Hà is the destination of Hanoians for going reclaining virgin soil,showing in its name: Lam is Lam Dong and Ha is short form of Hanoi.Lâm Hà …   Wikipedia

  • LAM (W.) — LAM WIFREDO (1902 1982) Par son père chinois et par sa mère mulâtresse de Cuba, Lam appartient à un passé immémorial, dont il ne se déprendra jamais, et où il semble que périodiquement il ait le secret de se replonger, moins pour se renouveler… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • lam — Ⅰ. lam [1] ► VERB (lammed, lamming) (often lam into) informal ▪ hit hard or repeatedly. ORIGIN perhaps Scandinavian. Ⅱ. lam [2] N. Amer. informal …   English terms dictionary

  • lam — lam1 [lam] vt., vi. lammed, lamming [< Scand, as in ON lemja, lit., to lame: see LAME1] [Old Slang] to beat; hit; strike ☆ lam2 [lam ] n. [< ? LAM1: cf. slang beat it!] Slang headlong flight, usually to escape punishment for …   English World dictionary

  • Lām — ﻟﺎﻡ Lām Graphies Isolée ﻝ Initiale ﻟ Médiane ﻠ Finale ﻞ …   Wikipédia en Français

  • lam — [læm] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: lam to hit (16 21 centuries), from a Scandinavian language] on the lam AmE informal escaping or hiding from someone, especially the police ▪ Brenner was recaptured after three weeks on the lam …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Lam — Lam, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Lammed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Lamming}.] [Icel. lemja to beat, or lama to bruise, both fr. lami, lama, lame. See {Lame}.] To beat soundly; to thrash. [Obs. or Low] Beau. & Fl. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lam — (n.) flight, as in on the lam, 1897, from a U.S. slang verb meaning to run off (1886), of uncertain origin, perhaps somehow from the first element of LAMBASTE (Cf. lambaste), which was used in British student slang for beat since 1590s; if so, it …   Etymology dictionary


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