Origin of lambert
Definition for lambert (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lambert
“But you must have done something to deserve it,” Lambert recalled Bodenheimer saying before he walked off.
Still, Lambert says, he was surprised to hear about the allegations of sexual abuse.
Thankfully, Lambert has not restricted his artistic endeavours to iPads.
In 2011, Lambert was a featured artist at the Macworld Expo.
“It is still Benjamin Franklin and still easily recognized,” said Lambert.All About the Benjamins: Here’s the Redesigned $100 Bill|Daniel Gross|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But while solving this problem, Lambert was destined to receive a shock, and one of considerable power and magnitude.A Veldt Official|Bertram Mitford
Lambert allowed the matter to rest at that, knowing that neither of them had been hurt.The Duke Of Chimney Butte|G. W. Ogden
I daresay you know Lambert and Betty are due back the first of the week?The Guarded Heights|Wadsworth Camp
Lambert nearly overturned his own canoe as he made a sudden grasp at something, and caught a man by the hair.The Red Man's Revenge|R.M. Ballantyne
Rank has its obligation, and Lambert might approve of the sacrifice, since he was the next heir to the Garvington title.Red Money|Fergus Hume
British Dictionary definitions for lambert (1 of 2)
Word Origin for lambert
British Dictionary definitions for lambert (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for lambert
masc. proper name, from French, from German Lambert, from Old High German Lambreht, from lant "land" + beraht "bright." Old English cognate was Landbeorht. The popularity of the name from 12c. is probably due to immigration from Flanders, where St. Lambert of Maestricht was highly venerated. Attested as a surname from mid-12c.