[lam-bri-kin, lam-ber-] /ˈlæm brɪ kɪn, ˈlæm bər-/
a woven fabric covering for a helmet in medieval times to protect it from heat, rust, etc.
a curtain or drapery covering the upper part of an opening, as a door or window, or suspended from a shelf.
a band of decoration near the top of the body of a vase.
an ornamental hanging covering the edge of a shelf or the upper part of a window or door
(often pl) a scarf worn over a helmet
(heraldry) another name for mantling
- Lambrinudi operation
Lambrinudi operation Lam·bri·nu·di operation (lām’brə-nōō’dē) n. A triple arthrodesis done to prevent foot drop.
[lam-broo-skoh; Italian lahm-broo-skaw] /læmˈbru skoʊ; Italian lɑmˈbru skɔ/ noun 1. a semisweet, lightly effervescent red wine from Italy. /læmˈbrʊskəʊ/ noun 1. a red grape grown in Italy 2. a sparkling red wine made in Italy from this grape 3. a much less common white variety of this grape or wine noun a red wine grap […]
[lam-skin] /ˈlæmˌskɪn/ noun 1. the of a , especially when dressed with its wool, and used for clothing. 2. leather made from such . 3. parchment made from such . /ˈlæmˌskɪn/ noun 1. the skin of a lamb, esp with the wool still on 2. 3. a cotton or woollen fabric resembling this skin n. […]
- Lamb syndrome
LAMB syndrome (lām) n. A syndrome of dermatological disorders characterized by the appearance of lentigines, atrial and mucocutaneous myxomas, and blue nevi. Also called NAME syndrome.