[lam-ster] /ˈlæm stər/
a fugitive from the law.
An escaped convict
[1904+ Underworld; fr lam]
[luh-moot] /ləˈmut/ noun, plural Lamuts (especially collectively) Lamut. 1. .
[ley-muh s] /ˈleɪ məs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a son of Hercules and Omphale. 2. the king of a people who attacked 11 ships of Odysseus and devoured their crews.
[lah-mee] /lɑˈmi/ noun 1. John Baptist (Jean Baptiste l’Amy) 1814–88, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman, born in France: archbishop of Santa Fe, New Mexico 1875–88.
noun 1. a system for linking private telecommunications equipment, as in a building or cluster of buildings. 2. Computers. a system for linking personal computers and workstations with each other in order to share data, devices, programs, etc.: usually confined to one office, building, or home. Compare (def 3). abbreviation 1. local area network noun […]