[lam-duh-siz-uh m] /ˈlæm dəˌsɪz əm/
excessive use of the sound l, its misarticulation, or its substitution for the sound r.
excessive use or idiosyncratic pronunciation of l
another word for lallation
- Lambda-c particle
lambda-c particle A positively charged baryon having a mass 4,471 times that of the electron and a mean lifetime of approximately 2.1 × 10-13 seconds. See Table at subatomic particle.
- Lambda expression
mathematics A term in the lambda-calculus denoting an unnamed function (a “lambda abstraction”), a variable or a constant. The pure lambda-calculus has only functions and no constants. (1995-04-13)
- Lambda lifting
A program transformation to remove free variables. An expression containing a free variable is replaced by a function applied to that variable. E.g. f x = g 3 where g y = y + x x is a free variable of g so it is added as an extra argument: f x = g 3 […]
games The most frequently used server software for running a MOO and also the nerve-center (of sorts) of the MOO community. (ftp://ftp.lambda.moo.mud.org/pub/MOO/). Telnet (telnet://lambda.moo.mud.org:8888). (1999-05-25)