[lam-uh s] /ˈlæm əs/
a former festival in England, held on August 1, in which bread made from the first harvest of corn was blessed.
a festival (Feast of St. Peter’s Chains) observed by Roman Catholics on August 1, in memory of St. Peter’s imprisonment and his miraculous deliverance.
(RC Church) Aug 1, held as a feast, commemorating St Peter’s miraculous deliverance from prison
Also called Lammas Day. the same day formerly observed in England as a harvest festival. In Scotland Lammas is a quarter day
Aug. 1 harvest festival with consecration of loaves, Old English hlafmæsse, literally “loaf mass,” from hlaf (see loaf (n.)) + mæsse (see mass (n.2)). Altered by influence of lamb (and occasionally spelled lamb- in 16c.-17c.).
[lam-uh s-tahyd] /ˈlæm əsˌtaɪd/ noun 1. the season of . /ˈlæməsˌtaɪd/ noun 1. (archaic) the season of Lammas
[lam-er-gahy-er, -gahyuh r] /ˈlæm ərˌgaɪ ər, -ˌgaɪər/ noun 1. the largest Eurasian bird of prey, Gypaëtus barbatus, ranging in the mountains from southern Europe to China, having a wingspread of 9 to 10 feet (2.7 to 3 meters) and black feathers hanging from below the bill like a mustache. /ˈlæməˌɡaɪə/ noun 1. a rare vulture, […]
[la-moo-rœ] /la muˈrœ/ noun 1. Charles [sharl] /ʃarl/ (Show IPA), 1834–99, French violinist and conductor.
[luh-mont] /ləˈmɒnt/ noun 1. a male given name.