a , usually translucent or opaque, for shielding the glare of a light source in a or for directing the light to a particular area.
also lampshade, 1829, from lamp + shade (n.).
noun 1. a mollusklike marine animal; brachiopod. noun 1. another name for a brachiopod
- Lamp standard
noun 1. a tall metal or concrete post supporting a street lamp
noun 1. a sailor responsible for keeping the oil lamps of a ship burning brightly, especially the deck and navigation lamps.
[lamp-wur-king] /ˈlæmpˌwɜr kɪŋ/ noun 1. the method or process of producing articles made of glass tubes or rods formed or shaped while softened by the flame of a or .