lampadaire

[ lam-puh-dair, lahm- ]
/ ˌlæm pəˈdɛər, ˌlɑm- /

noun

a pedestal of the Empire period for a lamp or candelabrum.

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Origin of lampadaire

1720–30; < French < Medieval Latin lampadārium. See lampad, -ary
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