a decorative type of lamp in which a luminous viscous material moves in constantly changing shapes
a glass lamp lit from the bottom and containing a soft gel that moves and grows as the light heats it; also called lava light
from the gel’s similarity to volcano lava; created in 1963 by Edward Craven Walker
[lav-uh-leer, lah-vuh-] /ˌlæv əˈlɪər, ˌlɑ və-/ noun 1. an ornamental pendant, usually jeweled, worn on a chain around the neck. 2. . n. kind of ornament that hangs around the neck, from French lavallière, a kind of tie, after Louise Françoise de La Baume Le Blanc de La Vallière, Duchesse de La Vallière (1644-1710), mistress […]
[lah-vuh-lah-vuh] /ˌlɑ vəˈlɑ və/ noun 1. the principal garment for both sexes in Polynesia, especially in Samoa, consisting of a piece of printed cloth worn as a loincloth or skirt. noun 1. a draped skirtlike garment of printed cotton or calico worn by Polynesians
[lav-uh-leer, lah-vuh-] /ˌlæv əˈlɪər, ˌlɑ və-/ noun 1. an ornamental pendant, usually jeweled, worn on a chain around the neck. 2. . see lavalier.
noun 1. a small microphone that hangs around the neck of a performer or speaker.