[lah-mahs] /ˈlɑ mɑs/
[kahr-laws sah-ah-ve-drah] /ˈkɑr lɔs ˌsɑ ɑˈvɛ drɑ/ (Show IPA), .
[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-muh-ser-ee] /ˈlɑ məˌsɛr i/ noun, plural lamaseries. 1. a monastery of lamas. /ˈlɑːməsərɪ/ noun (pl) -series 1. a monastery of lamas
childbirth technique, developed 1940s by French obstetrician Dr. Fernand Lamaze (1891-1957) and named for him. Lamaze La·maze (lə-mäz’), Ferdinand. 1891-1957. French obstetrician who in the 1950’s developed a method of childbirth preparation using behavioral training to reduce pain and anxiety in labor.
[luh-mahz] /ləˈmɑz/ noun, Obstetrics. 1. a method by which an expectant mother is prepared for childbirth by education, psychological and physical conditioning, and breathing exercises. Lamaze method n. A method of childbirth in which the expectant mother is prepared psychologically and physically to give birth without the use of pain-relieving drugs. La·maze adj.
[lam] /læm/ noun 1. a young sheep. 2. the meat of a young sheep. 3. a person who is gentle, meek, innocent, etc.: Their little daughter is such a lamb. 4. a person who is easily cheated or outsmarted, especially an inexperienced speculator. 5. the Lamb, . verb (used without object) 6. to give birth […]