One's sweetheart; beloved: It was a dithering meditation on a lackluster Don Juan. Are Reynolds and Edwards such unmanly lambie-pies? (1940s+)
Come yer ways in, lambie, an' Lisbeth'll gie ye some nice supper, for nae tea ye've had.
"Now you be goin' and gettin' into that dress, lambie," said Katy.
lambie shouted to me: "Let's make a dash, Hales," and we made it.
I care for you, my lambie, and Ill be kind to you; Ill be as kind as your father.
A comparatively short career had Mr. lambie on Hampden Park, but it was fraught with much distinction.
lambie appeared against England in 1888, and is now an active member of the Corinthians.
You go in and see her for yourself, lambie, before ye come to any decision.
You may kiss him once for your poor heart's comfort; and then, my lambie, leave my boy to me; I am the only mother he has.