Definition of Lampers

1. n. See Lampas.



Definition of Lampers

1. Noun. (alternative form of lampas) ¹

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Definition of Lampers

1. lampas [n -ES] - See also: lampas

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lampers

lampases
lampate
lampates
lampblack
lampblacks
lampboard
lampboards
lampbrush chromosome
lamped
lamper
lamper eel
lampern
lamperns
lampers (current term)
lamperses
lamphole
lampholes
lamphouse
lampic
lampic acid
lamping
lampings
lampion
lampions
lampless
lamplight
lamplighters

Literary usage of Lampers

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1. Notes on English Etymology: Chiefly Reprinted from the Transactions of the by Walter William Skeat (1901)
"This form is probably an error for lampers, as that is precisely the M. Dutch form. ... een lampers, a Covering Garment, or a Veile'; whence mod. ..."

2. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1888)
"Hexham gives : ' lampers, fine silke Cloath or Linnen ... the original form was lampers, and that it is composed of t word which we spell lawn in English, ..."

3. An Ethnologic Dictionary of the Navaho Language by Franciscans, St. Michaels, Ariz (1910)
"The horse is thrown by winding a rope around its feet, fore and aft, and slipping them under it. The lampers are then cut out with ..."

4. My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass (1857)
"He was a farrier as well as an ostler; he could bleed, remove lampers from the mouths of the horses, and was well instructed in horse medicines. ..."

5. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1902)
"If scientific men tell us that "lampers" is simply a congestion and swelling of the fleshy lining of that part of the horse's mouth just back of the front ..."

6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"... N. loud and foolish talk; E. to gossip. Lam, E. to beat . Lammin', E. a thrashing. lampers, o. lamprey-eels; a swelling in a young horse's mouth. ..."

7. The Popular Science Monthly (1889)
"... Agates, Rubys, and perhaps Crystalls, and the necessity for light in the houses and streets was met by the Candlers, lampers, Lighters, Links, Linkers, ..."

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