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Origin of lamed
OTHER WORDS FROM lamedun·lamed, adjective
Words nearby lamed
Definition for lamed (2 of 2)
adjective, lam·er, lam·est.
verb (used with object), lamed, lam·ing.
Origin of lame1
OTHER WORDS FROM lamelame·ly, adverblame·ness, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH lamelame lamé
Example sentences from the Web for lamed
And just as I'd lamed myself in a lot of new places there would come the swimming lesson.Torchy and Vee|Sewell Ford
Winton lamed a horse trying an impossible jump that he might get home the quicker, and, once back, was like an unquiet spirit.Beyond|John Galsworthy
Can't offer to do so myself, as I have lamed my foot with the tooth of a dead king, also my arms are full of torches.Queen Sheba's Ring|H. Rider Haggard
And now the pony's lamed undher me, I had to walk all the way to Loch Sheen, in the dirt and gutther.The Macdermots of Ballycloran|Anthony Trollope
Lamed said of him: "He was very far from being one who tried in any way to make himself popular."Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
British Dictionary definitions for lamed (1 of 4)
Word Origin for lamed
British Dictionary definitions for lamed (2 of 4)
- a fabric of silk, cotton, or wool interwoven with threads of metal
- (as modifier)a gold lamé gown