[lah-muh] /ˈlɑ mə/
a priest or monk in .
a priest or monk of Lamaism
“Buddhist priest of Mongolia or Tibet,” 1650s, from Tibetan blama “chief, high priest,” with silent b-. Related: Lamasery.
In the Buddhism of Tibet, a monk or priest. The chief of the lamas is the Dalai Lama.
(Matt. 27:46), a Hebrew word meaning why, quoted from Ps. 22:1.
[lah mahn-chah] /lɑ ˈmɑn tʃɑ/ noun 1. a plateau region in central Spain: famous as the birthplace of Don Quixote, the hero of Cervantes’ novel Don Quixote de la Mancha. /Spanish la ˈmantʃa/ noun 1. a plateau of central Spain, between the mountains of Toledo and the hills of Cuenca: traditionally associated with episodes in […]
- La manche
/French la mɑ̃ʃ/ noun 1. See Manche (sense 2)
[lah mah-naw ne-rah] /lɑ ˈmɑ nɔ ˈnɛ rɑ/ noun, Italian. 1. (def 1). [lah mah-naw ne-rah] /lɑ ˈmɑ nɔ ˈnɛ rɑ/ noun, Italian. 1. (def 1).
[luh-mahr] /ləˈmɑr/ noun 1. Joseph R. 1857–1916, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1911–16. 2. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus [kwin-tuh s sin-suh-nat-uh s,, -ney-tuh s] /ˈkwɪn təs ˌsɪn səˈnæt əs,, -ˈneɪ təs/ (Show IPA), 1825–93, U.S. politician and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1888–93. 3. a male given name.