lamb

  1. young sheep
  2. English essayist (1775-1834)
  3. a person easily deceived or cheated (especially in financial matters)
  4. a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
  5. the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food

Lamb

• (n.) Any person who is as innocent or gentle as a lamb. • (n.) A simple, unsophisticated person; in the cant of the Stock Exchange, one who ignorantly speculates and is victimized. • (n.) The young of the sheep. • (v. i.) To bring forth a lamb or lambs, as sheep.
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lamb

(from the article `church year`) ...popular customs reflect many ancient pagan survivals—in this instance, connected with spring fertility rites, such as the symbols of the Easter ... Ewes have their first lambs at the age of three or four years. The single offspring (rarely twins) weighs 3–5 kg and is born in spring after a ....
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lamb

1. <zoology> The young of the sheep. ... 2. Any person who is as innocent or gentle as a lamb. ... 3. A simple, unsophisticated person; in the cant of the Stock Exchange, one who ignorantly speculates and is victimized. Lamb of God, The Lamb, the Jesus Christ, in allusion to the paschal lamb. 'The twelve apostles of the Lamb.' (Rev. Xxi. 14) ...
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Lamb

Elia noun English essayist (1775-1834)
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lamb

noun young sheep
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Lamb

[crater] This crater has a slender inner wall and an interior floor that has been resurfaced by basaltic lava. The rim is somewhat worn and irregular, but retains a generally circular shape and is not overlaid by any smaller craters of significance. The interior floor is marked only by a multitude of tiny craters, and a small, unnamed crate...
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Lamb

[liturgy] The Lamb (άμνος, amnos; Агнецъ, agnets) is the square portion of bread cut from the prosphora in the Liturgy of Preparation at the Divine Liturgy in the Orthodox Church and in the Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church. The Lamb is placed in the center of the diskos. The prosphoron from which the Lamb is cut is a loaf of ...
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Lamb

Lamb (lăm) noun [ Anglo-Saxon lamb ; akin to D. & Danish lam , G. & Swedish lamm , Old Saxon , Goth., & Icelandic lamb .] 1. (Zoology) The young of the sheep. 2. Any person who is as innocent or gentle as a lamb. 3. A simple, unsophist...
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Lamb

Lamb intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lambed ; present participle & verbal noun Lambing .] To bring forth a lamb or lambs, as sheep.
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Lamb

A lamb is a young sheep. A young female sheep is called a ewe lamb, a young male sheep a tup lamb.
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Lamb

A sheep less than twelve months old.
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Lamb

A sheep under 1 year old. 'Baby lamb' in slaughtered at between 6 8 weeks of age, 'spring lamb' at 3 5 months, 'regular lamb' at under one year. Lamb over 1 year old is 'mutton' and is less tender and has a stronger flavor than lamb.
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Lamb

a young sheep (n). To give birth to a lamb (v). The meat from an animal less than one year old (n).
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Lamb

a young sheep in its first year.
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lamb

A young sheep still with its mother or up to about 5 months of age. Also a young sheep of either sex under 1 year of age.
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lamb

A young sheep, less than one year old.
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lamb

lamb: see mutton; sheep.
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lamb

live sheep before the age of one year, and the flesh of such animals. Mutton refers to the flesh of the mature ram or ewe at least one year old; the ... [3 related articles]
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LAMB

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Acronym for lentigines, atrial myxoma, mucocutaneous myxomas, and blue nevi. See: LAMB syndrome
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lamb

[n] - English essayist (1775-1834) 2. [n] - a person easily deceived or cheated (especially in financial matters) 3. [n] - a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child) 4. [n] - the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food 5. [n] - young sheep 6. [v] - give birth to a lamb, of ewes
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