[lahk-mey; French lak-mey]
- an opera (1883) by Léo Delibes.
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The conspirators go off, leaving Lakme alarmed and disconsolate.
The worshipers arise and go out, leaving Lakme and her father alone.
As Gerald draws nearer, Lakme becomes more and more disturbed.
It sounds like the song of an angel, but it is only Lakme, the Brahmin's daughter.
But Lakme is more sad than glad, for she knows of impending danger.